Scores of flamingos rescued earlier in 2019 are back in Kimberley in the Northern Cape. Hundreds of others were saved from Kamfers Dam and flown to Cape Town, Durban and Pretoria for rehabilitation.
Hundreds of baby Flamingos have been rescued at the Kamfers Dam by a group of Kimberley residents.
Hundreds of flamingo chicks that were rescued from the Northern Cape’s Kamfers Dam will be micro-chipped in an effort to track and manage their movements.
Durban’s Ushaka Marine World has become part of one of the biggest rehabilitation operations to date after 250 rescued flamingo chicks arrived by plane from Kimberley in the Northern Cape.
About 5 000 lesser flamingo chicks are in danger of dying due to the low levels of the Kamfersdam in Kimberley in Northern Cape.