The Delta Epsilon Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. (Sigma) and the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation have partnered to provide new opportunities for inner city youth to experience the natural world and promote interest in conservation and the marine sciences.
Abaco’s Chief Councilor today labelled as “heartbreaking” the destruction of acres of wetlands, slashed by heavy equipment on a site being developed under expansion plans by a resort known as Treasure Sands despite a cease and desist order by government.
Bahamas National Trust officials are “gravely concerned” that the Ministry of Agriculture and Marine Resources is even considering the possibility of extending the grouper season as such a move could damage fishing stocks for future seasons.
Henry the prized racing pigeon went missing after he was released for a race in France. He was later discovered taking an impromptu vacation in the Bahamas and will be returning home soon.
The Ministry of Environment has announced that The Westside National Park in Andros will be expanded to areas north of the westernmost point of Andros.
The One Eleuthera Foundation was launched with the goal of branding Eleuthera as a cultural and heritage destination to ensure developments on the island stay in scale with nature.
At National Geographic, many photographers are using the fruits of their labors to advocate for conservation.
The Bahamas National Trust is making about $23,000 in in structural improvements to the Lucayan National Park, which has led to the reopening of two underground caverns: Ben’s Cave and Burial Mound.
Previously thought to live only in Cuba and some islands of the Bahamas, the pink-spot sulphur butterfly has now been spotted in South Florida.