Membership subscriptions

Membership subscriptions

The Estuary Care Committee would like to send out a plea to all recipients of the newsletter to pay their annual subscription fees and to also encourage all other people they know who enjoy the Kariega and Boesmans Estuaries to join and pay their annual fee. The...
Channel Markers in both estuaries

Channel Markers in both estuaries

Dave Curren tells us that on the morning of the 5th October an Estuary Care channel marking crew comprising himself, Dennis Dallas, Sinesipho Nente, Singe Tantiso, and Siyanda Witness upgraded the channel markers in the Kariega Estuary as preparation for making sure...
Fixing the Marina Slipway

Fixing the Marina Slipway

Fixing the Marina Slipway In November an Estuary Care team of Chester Wilmot, Dennis Dallas, Nick Albrightson, and Stuart Clarkson together with Vuyo Nyumka and Shaun Kwekwani from the Marina worked over a number of days to repair the Marina Slipway.  They filled...
Update on Kariega Jetty

Update on Kariega Jetty

We reported in the September newsletter that after a particularly heavy storm the Kariega jetty had come loose from its mooring and washed up the estuary.  It was retrieved by an Estuary Care team and is now under repair. Repair has been delayed due the impact of...
Animals in distress?

Animals in distress?

Animals in distress? What should you do if you find a penguin/seabird/seal/turtle in distress on the beach?  Thank you to the NRSI for allowing us to link to their newsletter.  96 Think pink for life-saving rescue buoys this summerSAVING LIVES. CHANGING LIVES.CREATING...
Who lives here?

Who lives here?

This very neat hole in the sand was found near the Boesmans slipway.  The surrounding area was covered with small, very neat uniform balls of sand which look like pebbles. The bigger grey balls of sand are presumably from further down the hole. Any...