Did You Know?

Conserve our Coastal & Marine Eco-systems

Scientific research done on the coastal forests of eMdloti includes studying the dynamics of the terrestrial ecosystem and the effects of climate change on vegetation.

The Spotted Ground…

A variety of information boards have been erected along South Beach Road to provide interesting snippets and facts about eMdloti and in particular the eMdloti Conservancy that lies between 1st and 6th Avenue.

Formally protected…

The rocky shore is the most hostile environment to live in on earth! These organisms are exposed to crashing wave action at high tide and little or no water and scorching sun at low tide. Organisms living in the rocky…

The famous letter, dated January 2011, that got the municipality to declare eMdloti a conservancy/No Take Zone in the interests of all marine creatures refers:

The Oceanographic Research…

Running down the dunes causes erosion of the dunes and tramples the plants. Hence our plea to ‘Please use the stairs!’

Conservancy members and the municipality have spent a long time rehabilitating…

Whale Time is monitoring humpback whales as they migrate up and down the KwaZulu-Natal coast to and from breeding and feeding grounds.

Krill are crustaceans…

An eco-tourism plan is being developed stretching from eMdloti Estuary to uMhlanga Estuary preserving a sense of place for generations to come.

This includes the tidal pool…