Sunday, May 31, 2015

31 May 2015 iMfolozi River

With the river being constantly drained into the ocean it is clear that we going to have a long hard winter.

Fishing:
Shad just Sizes in abundance.
Huge Pompano caught. Weighed in at 11.5 Kg. Just above Main Beach.

Spring Tide was extremely low today so expect an extreme high through the night.

Southerly Wether has turned the Ocean into one big washing machine and last week a seal washed up all the way to St Lucia. Which means we have a strong South North Current. This can lead to and exciting Sardine Run this year.

StLuciaOrgZa
Petrus Viviers
0835847473
BBM Pin:C00415CFC
stluciaorgza@gmail.com
www.stlucia.org.za

By
Petrus Viviers
BBM Pin:2B844CDD7
WhatsApp: +27 835847473
Phone Cell:+ 27 813427371
Twitter: @PetrusViv
petrusviv@gmail.com
BBM Pin:2B84CDD7
Cell: 0813427371

Monday, May 25, 2015

New Squatter on The Beach

Photo by: Warren

25 May 2015

Specie distribution is what populated the planet. Human and mammals alike.

When St Lucia residents woke up this morning with a ne squatter on the beach the question loops through the mind. Will this one individual be granted political asylum or will The Xenophobia of the EFF send it packing.

Which method of transport this seal used will determine if it was fate or intend that brought him/her to The Golden Beaches of iSimangaliso Wetlands Park.

Time will tell what spells this pioneer's future. One of plundering abundance or one of cruel deportation.

BierPens's Views
Whats On The News
Pin:C004CF4E8

StLuciaOrgZa
Petrus Viviers
0835847473
BBM Pin:C00415CFC
stluciaorgza@gmail.com
www.stlucia.org.za

By
Petrus Viviers
BBM Pin:2B844CDD7
WhatsApp: +27 835847473
Phone Cell:+ 27 813427371
Twitter: @PetrusViv
petrusviv@gmail.com
BBM Pin:2B84CDD7
Cell: 0813427371

Saturday, May 09, 2015

The impact of Flood Plain Farms

The Flood Plains are farmed commercially with sugar can since 1938.

That is when damage to the fragile Eco System, Greater St Lucia Wetlands Park, has started.

This entry shows the impact on draining The iMfolozi to the ocean after every good rain.

We can't wish The Flood Plain Farmers Harm. We have just to except the fact that this practice needs to stop. Compensate the Farmers so they can relocate their operations and carry on with their lively hood.

The Hydraulic Back pressure from filling the iMfolozi Flood Plains keeps more farms and consumers in fresh water than it is economical viable in building a dam.

By
Petrus Viviers
BBM Pin:2B844CDD7
WhatsApp: +27 835847473
Phone Cell:+ 27 813427371
petrusviv@gmail.com
BBM Pin:2B84CDD7
Cell: 0813427371