Category Archives: Conservation

Awesome success! Photo & Writing Internship

“This internship was more than I could have ever hoped for, we’ve done so much in a month, it has been and adventure of a lifetime, I’ve grown so much as a person and certainly learned the skills in photography and environmental writing to help me become a conservationist.” Says Charlotte Bond, recent graduate from…

Shark Warrior Adventures with Lesley Rochat

The time has come to share more of my ocean adventures with others, to also impart my knowledge and skills to the next generation of young conservationist. I’m happy about this decision; it excites me and means I will be in the water more often, doing what I love most, travelling, filming and photographing, public…

GET HOOKED ON CONSERVATION, BAN DRUMLINES!

WATCH VIDEO BELOW! Wow, what a way to celebrate Earth Day and launch our new shark awareness campaign! I’ve done some pretty extreme things for shark conservation but our latest campaign, in partnership with Walter Bernardis of African Watersports who was the creative director of the campaign, the GET HOOKED ON CONSERVATION, BAN DRUMLINES, campaign…

Goodbye 2013, Hello 2014!

[doptg id=”24″] WATCH 3MINUTE SLIDE SHOW FOR VISUAL SUMMARY OF OUR HIGHLIGHTS IN 2013! Wonder what AfriOceans and I got up to during 2013, where your donations and support went to, why I didn’t answer all my emails? Well, phew is all I can say! 2013, what a year! We are in full swing with…

Whale Stranding 24 March 2013

[doptg id=”16″] I am writing this blog article to put on record my opinions of the whale stranding that happened on 24 March 2013 on Noorhoek beach, Cape Town. Though I was quoted in the press and appeared on various national TV news stations, the press is notorious for either misquoting one or using select…

DEEP FREEDIVE FOR SHARKS – NEW CAMPAIGN!

Deep free dive for sharks

Over the past decade a growing movement of conservationists have succeeded in stopping shark fishing and/or the trade in shark fins in certain parts of the world. South Africa, however, a country home to over 100 different species of sharks (excluding rays and skates), and a place considered a shark diving Mecca of the world,…