The concept of trophic cascades is a relatively recent biological concept which describes the progression of nutrients and energy (calorific) through the food chain. There are numerous examples of trophic […]
In December, snorkeling along the reef ledge at Gericke’s Point, the clumps of snagged fishing tackle struck a discord. In an instant, instead of searching for seasonal tropical fish that […]
With all the work on wind farms in dairy and wildernss areas that Amanda and I do, one animal behavioral trait that constantly amazes us is the ability of birds […]
Endeavours to establish an environmental baseline of threatened species and habitat composition is vastly simplified with a range of digital tools for both field researchers and environmental advocacy groups.
Like a double edged sword, so much of modern technology is a fine balance between beneficial use and destruction. As traction for the replacement of carbon intense energy supply with […]
Baboon Spiders serve as apex micro predators and are ideal indicator species to measure the efficacy of environmental impact mitigation procedures on wind farm developments.
Each month between February and December have a variety of species in bloom. This month the Erica and Leucodendron spp were in glorious bloom.