Dyer Island Conservation Trust

Dyer Island Conservation Trust

Dyer Island Conservation Trust

Location: Western Cape, South Africa

Founded: 2006 by Wilfred Chiwell

Species: African penguin, Humpback dolphin, Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin, Southern Right whale, great white shark, Cape fur seal, Abalone, Cape Cormorant, Bank Cormorant, Crowned Cormorant, White-breasted Cormorant.

Projects: The Dyer Island Conservation Trust conducts conservation and research programmes to protect the marine eco-system and it’s habitants at the southern-most tip of Africa through research and reducing human waste along the coastline. The Dyer Island Conservation Trust has established a Fishing Line Recovery Programme to reduce the environmental impact caused by fishing lines and a recycling project at the Kleinbaai harbour to reduce waste in the area.


How to help

Do you want to support the work of the Dyer Island Conservation Trust to protect the marine eco-system around the Western Cape in South Africa and the marine species living in the area, then click on the donate button and go to their website.

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