“Throughout their range leopards are in rapic decline, having disappeared from North Africa, much of the Middle East and Asia.
Strollers on Grotto Beach in Hermanus have no doubt come across “mermaids’ purses” washed up on the sand.
Cape Leopards: Thurs 12 November 18h00; Walk with Pat: Pollination Strategies; October talk: “A Funny Thing Happened …”
We are bombarded every day with media – emails, Instagram, Facebook,WhatsApp, television and newsletters of all kinds.
There was a little picturesque seaside village called Little Salt Marsh River – in Afrikaans Klein Brakrivier.
Everybody loves chameleons. I’m not sure what exactly attracts people to these little reptiles.
October brings firefly magic. No matter how often you have seen their fairy lights, they never fail to delight.
IN THIS ISSUE: Lockdown, Monthly talks became weekly webinarsHumanitarian support for Hawston community, WCC AGM and talk by Mike Bruton
David Attenborough’s documentary on the rate at which species are going extinct as a result of human activity has had a big impact on viewers.
We promised an update on the Grysbokkie we told you about last week. For those who missed the backstory, a bokkie was spotted in an urban green field, on the wrong side of the Main Road in Hermanus.