The Shoreline

The Cape Peninsula has some stunning beaches and quite dramatic shorelines. The wild Atlantic differs quite considerably from the warmer more placid False Bay due to the influence of the two major currents. The cool Benguela rules the West Coast with high dynamic energy as opposed to the Agulhas current which sweeps warm water from... Continue Reading →

Egyptian Geese: a long journey.

Winter has arrived with a flurry of low pressure weather systems tracking across the peninsula; temperatures have dropped and the rain squalls have been frequent these past weeks.  Yet a pair of Egyptian geese have already had their first hatch of chicks, getting in well before the spring rush.   For whatever reason the parents evacuated... Continue Reading →

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