Saai takes action to break ban on bird exports

Written by Saai

On 14th May 2020

South Africa is one of the largest exporting countries of exotic birds and parrots.

Breeders depend on the exports of young, hand-raised birds for 90% of their income. The income is mainly used to maintain breeding pairs, pay staff wages and salaries and serve as income for breeders, which also includes the elderly who depend on the income as a pension.

With the ban on exports, the young birds reach weaning age and are no longer suitable for exports. Therefore, exports cannot be postponed for another month or more.

Saai will launch an urgent legal action to break the ban. You can help us!

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