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 […]
In the midst of using modern technology to study Verreaux’s Eagle behavior and how it relates to wind farm development it is also important to admire the intricate interactions between a pair.
The security of the future requires a parallel pursuit of carbon negative energy production in conjunction with reduced energy consumption.
Internet and smart phones have the ability to assist communities living below the poverty line.
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.
The protective environment of wind farms have the potential to secure healthy populations of micro fauna and flora in South Africa.