We called the liner up on the marine radio and told them to inform their guests of the turmoil that was unfolding 100 metres off their starboard bow. We followed the action for as much time as our permit conditions allowed and were treated to some amazing spectacles, wow! At one stage while they were on the move, the school was 3000 strong.
Rare white southern right whale calf born in Algoa Bay
The planting of a spekboom whale on Marine Drive to celebrate the Algoa Bay Marine Heritage Site.
Tales from the bay with Raggy Charters. Southern Right Calves begin leaving Algoa Bay. The first Southern right whale calf on record was born in Algoa Bay on the 20th July 2021. Raggy Charters, on a marine safari, came across a cow and calf pair at Hougham Park just north of St Croix Island in […]
Source: www.worldcetaceanalliance.org Algoa Bay in South Africa has been awarded the Whale Heritage Site accolade, making South Africa the only country in the world with two accredited sites. Whale Heritage Sites are a global accreditation scheme developed by the World Cetacean Alliance and supported by World Animal Protection, that recognise a community´s commitment to respect and celebrate whales, […]
Caught on camera in Algoa Bay Marine Protected Area, Addo – an early start to the humpback whale migration along South African coastline.
It’s that time of the year again when the baitfish start passing Algoa Bay, Addo’s marine protected area.
An Addo kind of winter If you google photos of winter in Addo and the surrounding areas, you’ll find green and golden veld, clear blue skies, a calm ocean and orchards full of oranges braided across vast patches of red earth in between dense thicket.Actually, it looks a lot like summer. The Addo skies have […]