The influence of beach-cast kelp on the species diversity of a sandy beach ecosystem in the south-western Cape region of South Africa.
Assessing bird diversity across rocky shore and sandy beach environments within Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Using Mitochondrial DNA to trace the ancestry of modern humans and their subsequent spread throughout the globe.
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.
Here on the Cape Peninsula we have the privilege of sharing the region with the chacma baboon. This is a summary of interesting facts about these charismatic animals and ideas of how we can live side by side in harmony.