regular surveys, conducted by Benguerra Island Community & Conservation rangers

Cyclone Freddy made landfall in Mozambique in both February and March. Fortunately there was limited building damage on Benguerra Island, and minimal beach erosion impact. The regular surveys, conducted by our island Community & Conservation (C&C) rangers, not only create a baseline of local erosion patterning, but also monitor a beach’s natural resilience to dynamic forces like changing weather and climatic conditions. In this picture, (Left) Leo Gungulo, OWB field ranger and support manager, with Gilda and Afonso, Benguerra Island C&C rangers. Learn more here