I blogged earlier in the week about the imagery of the A68a iceberg which is heading towards South Georgia, where it would have an impact on the wildlife populations were it to actually make it there.
This Copernicus image is an excellent one.
It’s a whale of a time for humpbacks as they return to South Georgia after a century of whaling decimated their populations 🐋https://t.co/jVctoAsPHX@polarbiome @EmzLCarroll @Darwin_Defra @SGHTcharitysite @FOSGI_News @wwf_uk @kenneders @MklJMoore @GovSGSSI— Antarctic Survey (@BAS_News) November 6, 2020
📷John Dickens pic.twitter.com/NKEnqNJC3k
If you would like to add South Georgia to your schemes of work, why not check out the resource that I wrote for the South Georgia Heritage Trust, which makes reference to the impact of the whaling industry and current plans to renovate some of the buildings at Grytviken and other whaling stations which lie around the coast of South Georgia. Fundraising for this is ongoing.