SANCCOB is a leading marine non-profit organisation with a mission to conserve seabirds and other sea-life, especially threatened species such as the African penguin. As the mandated government rehabilitation authority in South Africa, SANCCOB protects and treats seabirds affected by major and chronic oil pollution, and shares its specialist skills with the international community, such as providing services in Africa, the Indian Ocean region, and the Sub-Antarctic. SANCCOB’s research focuses on improving knowledge that will improve the conservation of seabirds in the wild, and improve its ability to care for seabirds during their rehabilitation process.
To conserve seabirds and other sea-life, especially threatened species such as the African penguin.
Protects and treats seabirds affected by major and chronic oil pollution.
SANCCOB is a leading marine-orientated non-profit organization which has treated more than 90 000 oiled, ill, injured or abandoned African penguins and other threatened seabirds since being established in 1968:
All SANCCOB’s education programmes aim to create an acute awareness of the environment that we live in and what a better way to explore than through hands-on activities and lessons offered by our Wild About Exploration Environmental Education Centre.
Whether you visit our facility or we bring our lessons and programmes to you, we know that you will enjoy learning about the world we live in as much as our knowledgeable educators enjoy teaching about it.
Education activities include curriculum and non-curriculum based lessons, teacher workshops, a mobile science lab and programmes aimed at all ages.
SANCCOB is committed to giving people skills to create a better tomorrow through hands-on learning opportunities through a variety of courses and programmes.
Since 1980, the seabird rehabilitation undertaken at SANCCOB has been the focus of a series of studies by researchers, and the resulting findings have been published in an important series of refereed papers and chapters in books. We aim to contribute to research wherever possible and focus our efforts to increase our knowledge that will benefit seabirds in the wild, as well as to increase our ability to care for seabirds while they undergo rehabilitation.
WESTERN CAPE CENTRE
22 Pentz Drive
Table View, Cape Town
+27 (0)21 557 6155
EASTERN CAPE CENTRE
Seal Point Lighthouse
Cape St. Francis, Eastern Cape
+27 (0)42 298 0160
Non-Profit Number: 003-134 NPO
Section 21 Registration number: 2001/026273/08
American Fund for Charities: AFC 183
Khuluma SAPO Box 2542Faerie Glen0043, South Africa
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