Tag: #Animals

“Dancing Whales In Bermuda” Art Exhibition

“Dancing Whales In Bermuda” Art Exhibition

Masterworks is getting set to host an exhibition titled “Dancing Whales in Bermuda” from March 27 through April 15, with the exhibition coinciding with the island’s local whale season. The exhibit — featuring black & white underwater photography by Andrew Stevenson — will open at 5.30pm tomorrow evening [March 27],... Read more of this article

Man Fined $2,000 For Illegally Keeping Dogs

Man Fined $2,000 For Illegally Keeping Dogs

Appearing in Magistrates Court yesterday [Mar 25], a 37-year-old man was fined $2,000 after he pleaded guilty to unlawfully keeping pitbulls. John Caesar, who told Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo that he was an animal lover, was fined $2,000 after he pleaded guilty to unlawfully keeping the dogs without a licence to do. According to the evidence read-in... Read more of this article

SPCA To Host Spring Camp For 10-14 Year Olds

SPCA To Host Spring Camp For 10-14 Year Olds

The Bermuda SPCA is getting set to host a Spring camp for children aged 10 to 14-years-old, dubbed ‘Camp Ruffin’ It.’ The camp will run from April 6 through April 10 from 9.00am to 3.00pm at a cost of $250 per child. The camp poster said, “Let’s celebrate spring-time at the Bermuda SPCA. Learn about the different types of animals... Read more of this article

Woman Fined In Court For Unlicensed Pit Bull

Woman Fined In Court For Unlicensed Pit Bull

Appearing in Magistrates Court this morning [Mar 19], 25 year old Leah Lindo plead guilty to keeping an unlicensed dog, a red pit bull, at her residence in Paget on August 2014. The DPP Prosecutor told Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo that, responding to information, the Dog Warden had gone to Ms. Lindo’s residence and that the landlady had called Ms... Read more of this article

Animal Control Probe 775 Complaints In 2014

Animal Control Probe 775 Complaints In 2014

Bermuda’s Animal Control Section probed a total of 775 complaints last year, with only 11 more complaints registered in 2014 than in 2013, according to Minister of Health, Seniors & Environment Jeanne Atherden. While delivering the brief for her Ministry in the House of Assembly, the Minister said, “The Animal Control Section probed... Read more of this article

2014 Dog Shows Rescheduled For April 2015

2014 Dog Shows Rescheduled For April 2015

The Bermuda Kennel Club has announced that its Bermuda Dog Shows, originally planned for October of last year, have been rescheduled for April 18 and 19, 2015. The event, canceled due to Hurricane Gonzalo, will take place at Somersfield Academy at 107 Middle Road in Devonshire. The proceedings will include four International All Breed Championship Dog... Read more of this article

Cahow Chick Hatched “Live” On Nonsuch Today

Cahow Chick Hatched “Live” On Nonsuch Today

The “Cahow Cam” is back and staff at the Department of Conservation Services have just witnessed the hatching of a Cahow chick at 1:45pm today [Mar 4] on Nonsuch Island, and anyone who wants to watch the camera live can do so here or here. Eight new pairs laid their first eggs this January, bringing the breeding population of the Cahow up to a new... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: SPCA Hosts ‘Paws To The Park’

Photos & Video: SPCA Hosts ‘Paws To The Park’

[Updated with video] The Bermuda SPCA hosted their ‘Paws to the Park’ event today [March 1] at St. Paul’s Church in Paget, with the event kicking off with a dog walk, which saw participants walking to raise funds. In describing the event previously, a spokesperson said, “Your fundraising efforts will be rewarded! The first 100 people... Read more of this article

2000lb Great White Passing South Of Bermuda

2000lb Great White Passing South Of Bermuda

[Updated] A 2000lb 14ft 6in great white shark named “Lydia” is making her way past the south of Bermuda today [March 1], according to ocean research group OCEARCH. Lydia is no stranger to Bermuda’s waters, having passed by our general vicinity a few times before, however this time happens to coincide with her 2 year tagging anniversary. On... Read more of this article

22,500 Feral Chickens Culled Over Past 3 Years

22,500 Feral Chickens Culled Over Past 3 Years

Over 22,500 feral chickens have been culled over the past three years, the Department of Conservation Services said. In their recent statement highlighting National Invasive Species Awareness Week, the Dept. said, “In 2014 the Department of Conservation Services culled 7,820 feral chickens island-wide; this compares to 7,332 in 2013. “In... Read more of this article


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