Since January 2018 the Strandloper Project has been researching ghostfishing and the snag rate of recreation fishing tackle on the reef at Gericke’s Point and in Kingfisher Creek. The research […]
The seemingly harmless simplicity of snagged fishing tackle on a reef at Gericke’s Point near Sedgefield in the Garden Route. Snagged hooks like this, with fresh bait still on, pose […]
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 […]
Each month between February and December have a variety of species in bloom. This month the Erica and Leucodendron spp were in glorious bloom.
The protective environment of wind farms have the potential to secure healthy populations of micro fauna and flora in South Africa.
In nature, ultimately the survival of a species supercedes the survival of an individual.
We observed interesting animal behavior in termites in the Eastern Cape. They had constructed an array of apertures on their mounds, only to seal them 90 minutes later.
As part of a bird survey on a wind farm, we had to verify the location of an eagle nests and determine the species and breeding status.