Invertebrate Survey 2014 lucky draw winners announced

  • 04 February 2015 | Ann Kunz

ORI's Stephanie Hayman helps to draw the winners

Congratulations to Mr Moodley from Mariannhill who won two uShaka Platinum Passes in the Invertebrate Survey 2014 lucky draw.

The Oceanographic Research Institute conducts quarterly surveys of shellfish collection in KwaZulu-Natal to estimate annual catches of intertidal animals and to improve management of our precious marine resources.

Participants in the 2014 surveys were entered in a lucky draw and the prizewinners are:

  • 1st prize (two uShaka Platinum Passes): Mr S Moodley
  • 2nd prize (two Sea World Meet a Dolphin Experiences): Mr H Cochrane
  • 3rd prize (Wild Card for a couple): Mr W Whitear
  • Two consolation prizes (two combo tickets to uShaka Marine World-Sea World and Wet 'n Wild): Mr A Sinayhakh, Mr E Mathews
  • Another two consolation prizes (two tickets to Dangerous Creatures): Mr S Bhagoo, Mr P McNeill

Congratulations to the winners. To those who did not win, thank you for your participation, your efforts are greatly appreciated. Please continue to support this worthwhile project as there will be another lucky draw in January 2016.

Learn more about how to enter our Invertebrate Survey 2015 competition here.

Tagged poenskop recaptured 18 years after release

Since 1984, the Oceanographic Research Institute, with the help of…

Important things you should know before going fishing

Our ocean resources need to be protected for future sustainability,…

ORI celebrates 30 years’ success in fish tagging project

The Oceanographic Research Institute’s Cooperative Fish Tagging Project (ORI-CFTP) has…

Ugu Lwethu – Our Coast – first coastal resource for KZN

One of the biggest constraints pertaining to coastal management in…

Tagged poenskop recaptured 18 years after release

Since 1984, the Oceanographic Research Institute, with the help of…

Ugu Lwethu – Our Coast – first coastal resource for KZN

One of the biggest constraints pertaining to coastal management in…

ORI celebrates 30 years’ success in fish tagging project

The Oceanographic Research Institute’s Cooperative Fish Tagging Project (ORI-CFTP) has…

Marine and estuarine fisheries of KwaZulu-Natal publication launched

In order to manage fisheries on a sustainable and equitable…