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On the ground studies/surveys, campaigns, expanding MPAs, community work, TEDs...
There are encouraging results to see all around the programme.
The flagship monitoring and research programme in Kwa Zulu Natal continues to benefit and has extended into Southern Mozambique. Forty-one years of data are available, on the nesting leatherbacks and loggerheads.
WWF South Africa is a partner in a major bycatch study for the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (South Africa, Namibia and Angola).