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Conservation
The only remaining colony of Cape Griffon Vultures in the Western Cape is situated in the Potberg Mountain of De Hoop Nature Reserve and I had the privilege of spending many hours watching the magnificent birds when I was still the reserve manager.  
Travel Writing
Lying literally "over the berg" from Cape Town, the Overberg district includes the towns of Caledon, Bredasdorp and Swellendam as well as the coastal towns of Hermanus and Struisbaai.
Travel Writing
The southern most tip of Africa at Cape Agulhas is a major tourism drawcard with thousands coming to have their photograph taken at the point which also states the joining of the mighty Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Agulhas National Park run by South African National Parks surrounds this critical biodiversity and cultural hotspot.
Birding
Those of you that know me, know that i am a keen birdwatcher and focus a lot of my photography around birds. I am not quite a twitcher but rather someone who tries to enjoy watching birds as they carry out their daily lives and occasionally I am lucky enough to capture them on camera. One of my favorites...
Travel Writing
Heavy rain-laden clouds rolling across the landscape are typical of the heart of winter in the Western Cape of South Africa and are usually the time when people huddle inside beside a warming fireplace and with glass of red wine in hand. However, De Hoop Nature Reserve still has much to offer over winter and as one of the...
Travel Writing
The Cederberg mountains are a place of great scenic beauty, natural and cultural history. A mountainous wilderness area, shaped by the elements and inhabited by the elusive Cape Mountain Leopard, Verreaux's Eagle and endemic Clanwilliam Cedar tree, it is an outdoor enthusiast and photographers wonderland.
Travel Writing
Think of the West Coast and Namaqualand and images of vast fields of yellow and orange daisies and cold seas filled with crayfish are conjured up. Over and above this seasonal natural wealth, the area which stretches from almost the point of leaving Cape Town, all the way up to town of Springbok and inland to include the Cedarberg...
Marine Conservation
South Africa is blessed with one of the richest and most diverse coastlines and marine environments on the planet. Our coastline extends for nearly 3500km’s between the Mozambique border and Kosi Bay in the east and the Orange River estuary bordering Namibia in the west.
Conservation
Being surrounded by the two of the worlds great oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic oceans, can only keep us constantly reminded of the important role that oceans play in our daily lives. The oceans face massive challenges from over-exploitation, pollution and global climate change.
Wildlife
Its World Environment Day today! The 2012 theme for World Environment Day is Green Economy: Does it include you?
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