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National Dolphin Day 2021

National Dolphin Day 2021

By Lauren Moriarty     National Dolphin Day celebrates these social and intelligent marine mammals. Dolphins are cetacean mammals that are related to whales and porpoises. They are fascinating creatures which are very social and playful. Dolphins hear frequencies...

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World Water Day 2021

by Lauren Moriarty Valuing Water World Water Day takes place on March 22nd every year and has since 1993. This day focuses on themes highlighting the importance of freshwater resources as coordinated by the United Nations, where this year’s theme is “Valuing water”....

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World Whale Day 2021

World Whale Day 2021

by David Krone Today, on world whale day, we appreciate the immense and peaceful creatures who we often glimpse breaching our horizons. There are three species of whale which we are lucky enough to have grace our South African coastline: the Southern Right Whale,...

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World Mosquito Day 2020

by Lisa Stalknecht Today is world mosquito day. Mosquitoes, who doesn’t know them? The name mosquito comes from the Spanish word which means ‘Little fly’. Mosquitoes are very infamous for their character trait to suck our blood on leaving an itchy bump. But, why are...

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Penguin Awareness Day 2019

by Jackson Werts With the approach of January 20th, the conservation community is celebrating Penguin Awareness Day. Before I get into penguin awareness, I would like to just explain the importance of all Awareness. Awareness is the knowledge or perception of a...

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#ShareTheShores

#ShareTheShores

by Brittany Arendse September saw our third White-fronted Plover breeding season take flight as part of our Coastal Impact Programme. The previous season’s stats painted quite a dreary picture, with less than 10% of the breeding attempts actually yielding successful...

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