It’s on the move, and no one knows for certain the extent of the Cane Toad’s invasion on New Providence Island. The toxic creature is no longer confined to the Lyford Cay area.
The Cane Toad – an invasive species with mucus poison enough to kill small animals has been discovered in western New Providence.
Baark’s inaugural “Potcakeman” triathlon will be at Jaws Beach Saturday September 21st. All proceeds go towards spay/neuter and education programs in the Bahamas.
Local diver, Cristina Zenato, has received international acclaim as a ‘shark whisperer’ after reaching elbow deep into the jaws of a Caribbean Reef Shark to extract a lodged fishing hook.
The Bahamas Humane Society will be holding its first-ever Adopt-A-Thon on Friday, September 6th and Saturday, September 7th, 2013.
While on a dive, Christina Zenato noticed that a shark had a hook stuck in its throat. Opening the shark’s mouth, she reached down its throat and pulled the hook out.
A tourist exploring Grand Bahama came across a ‘farm’ with a number of badly malnourished-looking pigs and more than 50 goats roaming wild on the property.
During a three-hour survey for whales off Sandy Point, Abaco on Sunday, July 21st scientists from the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation had an exceptional sighting.
Dolphin Encounters on Blue Lagoon Island recently welcomed two new sea lion pups into its marine mammal family. The sea lion mothers are two of six rescued in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.