Spurred on by his deep-rooted passion for nature, Zach Vincent has embarked on global adventures and created striking productions with the goal of bringing the environment to the forefront of the human conscience. Wanting to inspire change, Zach uses his biological background and talent in filmmaking to educate the public, promote awareness and encourage conservation.
I recently spent two weeks sailing the Good Hope Line aboard the SA Agulhas II with a team from BirdLife SA. We spent the time recording the seabird and mammal species encountered between Cape Town and the Antarctic Marginal Ice Zone.
The historic story describing my late grandfather’s extraordinary encounters with a pair of bottlenose dolphins off the coast of Cape Town, South Africa, back in 1953.
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.
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.
The influence of beach-cast kelp on the species diversity of a sandy beach ecosystem in the south-western Cape region of South Africa.
An explanation on my Life Philosophy of Explore. Dream. Discover. and various other ramblings about dragons and the age of discoveries in the natural world.
A small summary of a handful of species constituting the “Floating Blue Community” that can be encountered along South African shores.