Hello Cape RADDicals!

We obviously can’t get out into the field at the moment due to the Covid – 19 outbreak and South Africa being in a complete Lock-down. Times are strange and its tough for many not being able to get out and about in nature, exploring and diving and doing what we all love to do all over the world. We know all you wildlife lovers are stuck inside dreaming of being out in the wild’s and underwater and starting to feel a little trapped.

But don’t panic! We will be allowed out one day…. (we hope) and when we are we will jump at the opportunity for adventure, travel and life changing experiences, just like joining Cape RADD’s marine biology field course. A trip of personal and career development, adventure, fun, and hands on experience as a Marine Biologist in one of the most incredible coastal ecosystems on the planet.

This video gives a little insight into what we get up to and to what you can be involved in and experience as a scientist or non-scientist – we have options to suit you! To learn more visit our website www.caperadd.com or email info@caperadd.com We look forward to meeting you!

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Mike Barron

Mike is a marine biologist/scientist/conservationist and a PADI master scuba diver instructor. He has travelled the world diving and experiencing many ecosystems and their inhabitants. His main interests lie in the field of inter-specific animal behaviour and he has worked on shark deterrents using Killer whale stimuli.

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