Blackcap - food for thought!

The fate of our Blackcaps on Cyprus – food for thought!

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Blackcap - food for thought!
Blackcap on Cyprus – food for thought! – compilation made by Martijn Verdoes

This is how our Blackcaps end up in Cyprus: as dead meat! 2.500.000 migrating birds are killed each year in Cyprus alone.

 

Stop the illegal killing of migrating birds in Cyprus and DONATE HERE!

Support the Dutch Knights and donate against the killing of birds!

 

Twice a year Cyprus, the third greatest island in the mediterranean, is a crucial stopover site for millions of migrating birds during their sea crossings. Due to these huge numbers of migrating birds, hunting and trapping has alwasy been part of the island’s history. But now it is a killing zone out there..

We try to help Birdlife Cyprus trying to make thinks better for our Blackcaps and other birds that get trapped and killed in the process.

Support us in our quest to stop the widespread, illegal killing of migrating birds in Southern Europe. If you want to support the cause and our team, please donate now on the link below. Every bird counts. So every penny, every euro is much appreciated!

Birdlife Cyprus - anti trapping webbanner
Birdlife Cyprus – anti trapping promo

 

STOP THE ILLEGAL KILLING OF MIGRATING BIRDS IN CYPRUS AND DONATE HERE!

Thanks for your support! The birds need it.

Marc, Martijn and Gert


Dutch Knights

 

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Trapped Bee-eater in Cyprus
Illegal trapped Bee-eater in Cyprus (copyright Birdlife Cyprus)

Marc Guyt

Marc Guyt is a Dutch photographer and owner of wildlife stock agency AGAMI.A Wanderer by birth, Marc has always made his way to the door searching for new adventures. Even at three years old he sneaked out and left his parents searching and they usually found him somewhere near an open area or some water edge. The need to see for himself was strong.The combination of Birding, photographing and travelling has brought him to many stunning places on this beautiful globe, and it will bring him no doubt in many more. It is in his blood.Owner of Dutch stock agency www.agami.nl.

Marc Guyt

Marc Guyt is a Dutch photographer and owner of wildlife stock agency AGAMI.A Wanderer by birth, Marc has always made his way to the door searching for new adventures. Even at three years old he sneaked out and left his parents searching and they usually found him somewhere near an open area or some water edge. The need to see for himself was strong.The combination of Birding, photographing and travelling has brought him to many stunning places on this beautiful globe, and it will bring him no doubt in many more. It is in his blood.Owner of Dutch stock agency www.agami.nl.

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