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Princess Offer Australian Menu To Help Wildlife

Princess Offer Australian Menu To Help Wildlife

Hamilton Princess & Beach Club is raising money for Australian charity, Sydney Wildlife, in the wake of the country’s devastating bushfires. Marcus’, the hotel’s flagship restaurant, will be offering a special, Australian-themed a la carte menu for lunch and dinner on Friday, January 31st, with proceeds set to assist orphaned native animals... Read more of this article

BUEI Talks “Bermuda’s Cahows” On January 29

BUEI Talks “Bermuda’s Cahows” On January 29

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute [BUEI] and the Bermuda Audubon Society will present a talk entitled “Bermuda’s Cahows” with Jeremy Madeiros on Wednesday, January 29th. The event poster says, “Join us for an evening with Jeremy Madeiros, principle conservation officer for the Department of Environment and Natural Resources. Jeremy... Read more of this article

Have You Seen ‘Juno’? Lost Dog [Found]

Have You Seen ‘Juno’? Lost Dog [Found]

[Updated] The owner of a black Labrador named Juno is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the dog and is offering a reward. A friend explained, “She bolted out the gate four days ago. They’d just moved house and think she was a bit anxious about the new environment. Have had lots of people out looking for her but no luck in finding... Read more of this article

Video: Female Cahow Returns And Lays Egg

Video: Female Cahow Returns And Lays Egg

Nonsuch Island has a new resident, as a female Cahow recently returned to Burrow #831 in the Translocation Colony A to lay her egg, all while being “being attentively observed by her mate.” A spokesperson said, “The female Cahow has returned to burrow #831, in Translocation Colony A on Nonsuch Island in Bermuda from which CahowCam... Read more of this article

Volunteers Making Pouches For Aussie Animals

Volunteers Making Pouches For Aussie Animals

A group of local volunteers are making ‘joey pouches’ to help young animals that have been left orphaned due to the catastrophic fires in Australia. The blazes, which have been burning across Australia for weeks, have razed homes and wiped out entire towns, CNN reports. Over 20 people have died nationwide, and according to the the University... Read more of this article

Bermuda Land Snails Named “Success Story”

Bermuda Land Snails Named “Success Story”

Bermuda land snails have been named as one of the “ten biggest conservation success stories of 2019″ by WorldAtlas in a story that highlights the “diligent efforts of conservationists and policy makers.” The story said, “The greater Bermuda land snails [Poecilozonites bermudensis] are among the oldest endemic animals in Bermuda.... Read more of this article

Video: Underwater Sound Study With Dolphins

Video: Underwater Sound Study With Dolphins

Dolphin Quest Bermuda recently teamed up with Marine Mammal Scientist Dr. Jason Bruck and Oklahoma State University Graduate Student Paige Stevens to conduct a study observing the effect of man-made underwater sounds on common bottlenose dolphins, with their work highlighted via a YouTube video. The video’s description says, “In this video learn... Read more of this article

Peregrine Falcon Released After Rehabilitation

Peregrine Falcon Released After Rehabilitation

Milly — a Peregrine Falcon who was found at Spittal Pond — has been released after receiving rehabilitation and care at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. BAMZ Curator Patrick Talbot explained, “Last month, an avid bird watcher and member of the Bermuda Audubon Society, Erich Hetzel, came across a Peregrine Falcon on the ground... Read more of this article

SPCA Gets Christmas Gift From Third Point Re

SPCA Gets Christmas Gift From Third Point Re

Christmas came early for animal welfare charity SPCA [Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals] following a recent ‘lunch and learn’ session at Third Point Reinsurance. Staff at the Hamilton-based specialty property and casualty reinsurer surprised SPCA Executive Director Kate Terceira and Board member Louisa Knight with a wheelbarrow full... Read more of this article

Photos & Results: Annual Tropical Fish Show

Photos & Results: Annual Tropical Fish Show

The Bermuda Fry-Angle Aquarium Society held its annual Tropical Fish Show on Saturday [Nov 16] at the First Baptist Church in Devonshire. This year’s winners include:Jefferson Colby Sousa – Best in Show, Best Reserve, Best Cichlid in Show, Best Catfish, Best in Division 4.Lori Dunstan – Best Livebearers, Anabantoids & True... Read more of this article

Annual Tropical Fish Show Set For Tomorrow

Annual Tropical Fish Show Set For Tomorrow

The Bermuda Fry-Angle Aquarium Society will hold its annual Tropical Fish Show tomorrow [Nov 16] from 10.00am to 4.00pm at the First Baptist Church in Devonshire. The event poster says, “Come and see Bermuda’s most beautiful and unusual fish on display and in competition. “Show your own best fish. Entry forms are available on fryangle.com... Read more of this article

Offshore Boat Trips To View Bermuda Cahows

Offshore Boat Trips To View Bermuda Cahows

The Bermuda Audubon Society, together with the Bermuda Zoological Society will be offering offshore boat trips to view Bermuda Cahows starting November 9th until November 23rd. A spokesperson said, “Our Cahows are back! The Bermuda Audubon Society in conjunction with the Bermuda Zoological Society will be offering offshore boat trips to view... Read more of this article

Photos & Video: Poultry Fanciers Society Show

Photos & Video: Poultry Fanciers Society Show

The Bermuda Poultry Fanciers Society’s Fall Jamboree is taking place this weekend at the Jack King Building in the Botanical Gardens.The event is free to the public and will run from 9:00am until 12:30pm tomorrow [Nov 10]. The poultry show included a junior showmanship portion that saw children participating and presenting to the show judge. The... Read more of this article