Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Up to 60 Dump Trucks per day

Up to 60 Dump Trucks per day is carting road building material into the Wetlands.

One wonders where was The Public Participation meetings held for an EIA of this magnitude.

The question remains what is happening with the opening of The St Lucia Estuary Mouth.

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Wednesday, February 04, 2015

Thousands of Tons into the abyss

#Progress

This is the excuse we use to over utilize sensitive habitats and exploit nature for our own personal gain.

Filling up the Wetlands with road fill has only one outcome. Clocking up the very delicate interaction of Peat Moss, natures filtration system.

Seeinging humans pissing away their live and wrecking their kidneys one can under stand that they have no grasp of The Need for Kidneys on Earth

There is no out come that can warrent all this tons of road topping introduced into the Wetlands.

Any way I can only see great men's work been undone and the Heritage They planned to leave to their Grand Children.

How one man can not live out the dreams of The Great Three who so pain stakingly planned and through years of hard work and negotiations formed this lovely majestic Park is a question that remains to be asked in public.

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Tuesday, February 03, 2015

The Fence of Death

St Lucia Estuary
The Humming Fence of Death
iSimangaliso Wetlands Park
World Heritage Site
03 February 2015

This is the most controversial emotional personal struggle I have to date on the World Heritage Site status.

It is now 15 years since proclamation and I fear the scars made by man for the sake of this status is like body art. It is addictive, becomes more and more every day and runs wider and wider into a pristine system.

Some call it progress. I call it savage mutilation. Like a person cutting him/her self to alleviate pain.

This morning driving from the main beach back towards Cape Vidal Gate my eye caught spoor of some specie of buck. Since I am rusted in tracking I can deduct it to be anything from Warthog, Red Duiker or Bush Buck.

The animal tracked the fence sevral times from The Main Beach all the way up to iPhiva Camp several times during the early hours of the morning just after the rain storm.

The frequency of its pace must have been vigorous since the rain stopped just after 03:00 and sunrise was at about 04:50.

The photo's is proof of an animal desperate to complete a 100 + year old migrating route.

As seen by:
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