Monthly Archives: July 2017

The eagle and the monkey, Chintsa Bay

Local coastal resident Doug Kunhardt was on his property earlier this month when a Crowned Eagle (Stephanoaetus coronatus) caught his attention. A closer inspection revealed that the eagle had killed a vervet monkey (Cercopithecus pygerythrus). Is is not uncommon for … Continue reading

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Strandloper Hiking Trail – 21st Birthday!

In 1996 the Strandloper Ecotourism Board (SETB) was registered as a non-profit organisation to develop and manage the Strandloper Hiking Trail. ┬áIt was also established to develop ecotourism initiatives along the coastal areas between Kei Mouth and Gonubie. The trail … Continue reading

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The wasp and the spider, Baysville

The strength and resilience of some of nature’s smaller creatures is well documented in a photographic and video record submitted by Johan Koekemoer of East London. Last year he witnessed a wasp carrying a paralysed spider for 14 meters to … Continue reading

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