Dyer Island Conservation Trust, protecting biodiversity –
Noun –“the variety of plant and animal life in the world or in a particular habitat, a high level of which is usually considered to be important and desirable.”
Founded in 2006 by Wilfred Chivell, the Dyer Island Conservation Trust delivers conservation and research programmes to protect the biodiversity of the marine eco-system surrounding Dyer Island. The trust strives to protect:
- the endangered African Penguin whose numbers are at an all-time low;
- the world’s densest populations of the vulnerable Great White Shark
- the globally important breeding and calving grounds of the Southern Right Whale.
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