The charismatic African Penguin is a species in freefall as a result of increased fishing pressures and shifts in the distribution of their prey species. Here in Cape Town, we have a number of breeding colonies on our doorstep and should be doing everything in our power to ensure the recovery and survival of this important coastal bird.
Dubbed the “Windows to the Soul”, the eyes of the animal kingdom vary greatly in not only colour, size and shape but also in strength and functionality.
Cape clawless otters are common in myths and legends and are classed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List and yet I still consider myself extremely lucky to spot them during an early morning beach walk.
Interesting facts about the ocean that surrounds us and the species that inhabit it.
A few years ago a small flock of flamingos started making a regular appearance in the protected, muddy waters of the Kom. This is just a small collection of photos documenting their visits.
From nest building to fledgling – the photographic story of a Cape White Eye.
Gardens can be truly fascinating spaces and if given the chance can be a refuge for many species. This is a photographic montage of some of the animals that I have managed to capture.
A small summary of a handful of species constituting the “Floating Blue Community” that can be encountered along South African shores.