Most mornings my day starts with a kayak litter pick in Palm Beach canals and Tallebudgera Creek.
The rubbish I collect consists of plastic bags, food wrappers, bottles, styrofoam, balls, rope, and fishing line, these appear to be most common. Every picture tells a story and litter picking can be fun so follow me on Instagram to see my daily litter pics.
Removing rubbish from the waterways leaves me with the satisfaction that I am contributing to easing this threat harming our marine life. Ocean conservation is my passion and misplaced rubbish is pollution. This has a huge impact on mammals, wildlife and human health. We must all contribute and preserve our most precious aquatic ecosystems, which has become a global issue. Every little litter pick helps, even if it’s one piece a day! Doing this will reward you with the knowledge that you are helping our planet for future generations to enjoy. Since December 2018 I have collected over 400 dog balls, which I have cleaned and re-homed with the animal shelter. Every dog 🐶and cat 🐱loves a ball 🥎🏀⚾ or toy.
More balls for 2020