Hoot's Dugong Adventures with Nikon D200 GeoTagging
Where are the dog-gone dogongs?
In collaboration with researchers from the Centre for Dolphin Studies, South Africa, we will be conducting aerial surveys of the Bazaruto dugong population. The work forms part of an ongoing environmental impact assessment that is being carried out to determine the potential impacts of planned offshore gas exploration activities.
The flights will cover the area between the Rio Save mouth and the southern end of Bazaruto Bay and will be conducted three times a month, from April 2007 up to and including November 2007.
A company aircraft will be stationed at Vilanculos or Inhassoro for the duration of the work there.