Russell Kingston resigns from the Rare Finch Conservation Group

30 Sep
Russell Kingston at the bird hide in Punda Maria. Kruger National Park. 2013. Photo Eelco Meyjes

Russell Kingston at the bird hide in Punda Maria. Kruger National Park. 2013. Photo Eelco Meyjes

It is with great regret that I need to inform you that Russell Kingston, who was a founding member and director of the Rare Finch Conservation Group, has resigned. Differences with the strategic vision and group policy going forward has led to this unfortunate decision.

On behalf of the Rare Finch Conservation Group I would sincerely like to thank Russell for his enormous and valuable contribution to the group over the past ten years. The concept of aviculturists making a meaningful contribution to finch conservation work in the world has grown substantially in credibility.

Thank you Russell for your very loyal support and friendship. And hopefully one day we can work together again.

The Rare Finch Conservation Group will soon be making an important and  innovative announcement pertaining to a particular finch conservation project.

 The Rare Finch Conservation Group is registered in South Africa as a non-profit organisation and is totally dependent on donors and sponsors to carry out its conservation work on finches in the wild. All donations will be publicly acknowledged , unless otherwise requested, on the RFCG website. Donations can be made to the following account. Rare Finch Conservation Group, Nedbank. Account number 1933 198885 Branch : Sandown 193 305 South Africa ( For international donors please add ) SWIFT NEDSZAJJ.
For more info visit http://www.rarefinch.org or write to the secretary at editor@avitalk.co.za


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