news

03 May 2017

conservation . turtle news .

Our 7th consecutive season of marine turtle monitoring and protection started on 15 October.Six turtle monitors were employed from the community for t [...]
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03 May 2017

community .

We were delighted to receive a donation of 485 school books from Andrew and Lynette Jackson of Site 7. This year the the books were distributed at the [...]
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03 May 2017

conservation .

Christine Read has just advised of the sighting of a breeding pair of Red Billed Oxpeckers just south of site 9. Not only is this a new bird species o [...]
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03 May 2017

community . conservation .

The Conservation Committee has suggested that when owners take photos of dolphins' dorsal fins, to please send the photographs to us for the purpose o [...]
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03 May 2017

conservation .

This is such an exciting time of year as impressive pods of the massive Humpback whale have returned to our waters to mate and breed. Having spent the [...]
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03 Jan 2017

case study . community . reports .

As the annual cyclone season approaches we thought it would be of interest to detail the experience of Cyclone Favio (2007) and the action plan in pla [...]
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04 May 2016

conservation .

Our olive bee-eaters are due to come back in September. These little birds are uncommon in Mozambique so we are particularly privileged to have one of [...]
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03 May 2016

conservation . turtle news .

The annual turtle nesting season of mid-October to January approaches and we are optimistic that The Sanctuary will once again prove hospitable to ple [...]
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02 May 2016

community .

road network enhancementVisitors to The Sanctuary will see that an extensive project to mark the roads, along with the availability of a new map of Th [...]
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01 May 2013

The Sanctuary .

A considerable amount of work and thought has been invested in a new brochure for The Sanctuary which goes to print imminently. All stakeholders will [...]
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01 Feb 2007

case study . reports .

In 2007, a category 4 cyclone called Favio moved directly over the Sanctuary; it was the most intense cyclone ever recorded in the region with winds i [...]
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