About us

Michael Brooks

Michael Brooks

Information Systems Specialist, FitzPatrick Insitute of African Ornithology

Based at the ADU, Michael is responsible for all the IT and software development for SABAP2. Although trained as a nature conservator, my interest in computers and IT lead me to design and develop environmental software applications.

He is an avid photographer, and is a registered bird-ringer

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Sanjo Rose

Sanjo Rose

Project Communications

Sanjo is keenly interested in urban ecology, human-wildlife relationships and avian conservation. Her background includes working on urban Black Sparrowhawks in Cape Town, mammal rehabilitation in Vancouver and Cape Parrot research in Hogsback. As a research assistant at the FitzPatrick Institute she is very involved with building and maintaining relationships with citizen scientists and data curating. She hopes to pursue a career in biological conservation within an suburban setting.



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Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Steering Commitee member, BirdLife South Africa

Mark Anderson is the CEO of BirdLife South Africa. He worked for two decades as a nature conservation scientist in the Northern Cape and during this time was involved with SABAP1 and the planning of SABAP2. He is a committed conservationist, and regarded as an authority on the biology and conservation of raptors, vultures, and flamingos.



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Page served: 21 Jun 2018
design and systems by Michael Brooks
Animal Demography Unit
University of Cape Town