News from Gough Island – the second issue of the G67 Bunting is out!

News from Gough Island – the second issue of the G67 Bunting is out!

News from Gough Island

The current overwintering team on Gough Island, Gough 67, compiled their second newsletter.

What will you find in this issue:

Click here to view or download this latest issue of The Bunting (Gough Island Newsletter). 

Do you want to have a look at some other newsletters from previous teams? Find it all here

 

Anche Louw, Antarctic Legacy of South Africa, 10 May 2022

Season’s Greetings from Gough Island

Season’s Greetings from Gough Island

The South African team on Gough Island would like to wish you a happy festive season.

Gough Island

Spending Christmas far away from home can sometimes be a challenging time for overwintering team members, so if you would like to send a special message to the team, please email me at anchemuller@sun.ac.za or comment on the Facebook post, see below.

Send a message to the South Africans on Gough Island – Click here and comment on the Facebook Post.

67th Gough Island Overwintering Team

A new team member, Nkosi Madama (Electrician) has joined the team on the 9th of December 2021.

Read more about the team here.

 

Anche Louw, Antarctic Legacy of South Africa, 23 December 2021.

The Gough Bunting –  September 2021

The Gough Bunting – September 2021

Final Newsletter from Gough 66 Overwintering team,

Read in this issue

  • Final Words from the team leader: ” Our 13 months on the island has been filled with a lot of adventure and we were part of history in the making, we accommodated the Geo Searcher crew after they lost their vessel in the sea and got to be part of GIRP. ….  I will forever cherish the time I spent on this island with the rest of G66 team members and all our visitors.”
  • From The editor: “Here we are once again, with another final issue of a Gough Bunting newsletter.  Thank you G66 and GIRP for the best, and busiest, year this island has ever seen.  Thank you all once again, and to all the readers of our newsletters.”
  • THE GOUGH ISLAND RESTORATION PROGRAMME Some closing words from Andrew Callender (Gough Island Programme Executive), Pete McClelland (Operations Manager) and Amy King (Senior Aviculturist) on the restoration of Gough Island.
  • FAREWELL FROM G66 some goodbyes from the Gough Island 66 overwintering team.
  • FROM THE METKASSIES monthly weather stats from the SAWS team
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