Monday, June 9, 2008

Shark Route Teams following Sardine Run have hot news!

The Blue Wilderness Shark Route teams had a fatastic day yesterday. We launched from Port St. Johns to find the pilot shoals had moved up from their position of two days ago. This meant we were in the thick of the pilot shoal activity and so were 20 000 gannets, 2000 common dolphins and many, many sharks. The news from the flight was that the main activity is still way south and with the current weather and sea temperature patterns looks to be trapped there for the foreseeable future. For the sake of tourism on the KZN coast it will be great if the pilotshoals can make it onto the coast in the next few days.

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