Entries by Scott Thomson

ALGAE EATERS

The Shaggy Sea Hare, Bursatella leachii, is a fascinating marine gastropod mollusc found in estuaries along the South African coast, including that of Great Brak River. This unique creature belongs to […]

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THEY ARE DUNES NOT DUMPS

Like most urban-based conservancies within the Garden Route, the Great Brak River Conservancy finds itself operating within the realm of assuming responsibility. Roles within awareness, conservation-based community projects, preservation of […]

YEAR OF THE RABBIT

When Marthie Nel Hauptfleisch first sang enquiring “Hasie Hoekom Is Jou Stert So Kort?” did she stop to consider that whilst Hasie’s tail is indeed short, the tale of the […]

LET’S GO BOSSIES!

As empty erven within the Garden Route are steadily transformed for housing there is genuine concern from long-time residents whether any green areas will be left at all. Clearing of […]