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Videos: CahowCam2 Chick Leaves Burrow

Videos: CahowCam2 Chick Leaves Burrow

On the evening of June 10, the CahowCam 2 chick named ‘Zephyr’ left the burrow on Nonsuch Island and took off over the open sea, completing the 2020 Cahow nesting season. A spokesperson said, “Right in the middle of World Oceans Week, at 10:32 pm on June 10, as viewers from around the World watched online, the CahowCam2 chick [recently... Read more of this article

Video: Nemo CahowCam1 Chick Has Fledged

Video: Nemo CahowCam1 Chick Has Fledged

At 2.03am on May 25, the Cahow chick named ‘Nemo’ of burrow #831 – from which CahowCam1 has been live streaming – fledged. Jeremy Madeiros, Chief Terrestrial Conservation Officer, The Department of the Environment and Natural Resources, said, “At 86 days old, this is one of the shortest Cahow fledging times that I have... Read more of this article

Boxes Now Available From Happy Bird Company

Boxes Now Available From Happy Bird Company

The Happy Bird Company has new boxes available after being sold out, with curbside pick-up available for its customers. A spokesperson said, “If bluebirds are a symbol of happiness, here’s some extremely happy news: The Happy Bird Company has made some new boxes after having been sold out for two weeks and curbside pick-up is now available.... Read more of this article

2020 Cahow Nesting Season Proving Successful

2020 Cahow Nesting Season Proving Successful

The 2020 Cahow nesting season has seen 134 breeding pairs produce 68 confirmed chicks, with all but two chicks at good or above average weights. A spokesperson said, “The 2020 Cahow nesting season has a record number of 134 breeding pairs, which have produced 68 confirmed chicks.” Jeremy Madeiros, Principle Conservation Officer, said, “After... Read more of this article

Happy Bird Company Offers Bluebird Boxes

Happy Bird Company Offers Bluebird Boxes

The Happy Bird Company is selling its bluebird nesting boxes for the second year, led by company founder Christian Chin-Gurret. A spokesperson said, “Spring is definitely in the air with the lovely sounds of bird chirping all over the island. Many birds are starting their nests and that includes the native bluebirds [Sialia sialis]. “Between... Read more of this article

Video: Second Cahow Chick Revealed

Video: Second Cahow Chick Revealed

As scientists, students, and viewers from around the world watched online, a second Cahow chick hatched live on camera, following the first hatching of the season on February 28. A spokesperson said, “Scientists, students, and followers around the world were watching as the new chick in the CahowCam2 burrow was finally revealed. “Its peeps... Read more of this article

‘Hatching Alert’ For Online Cahow Cam

‘Hatching Alert’ For Online Cahow Cam

The egg on CahowCam2 is on “hatching alert” this evening [March 6] and the operators are urging people to tune in to watch it live via www.nonsuchisland.com March 6th 2020 | CahowCam2 parent with its egg which is expected to hatch soon“The egg being watched in CahowCam2 has now reached its 48th day of incubation so if all goes well... Read more of this article

Video: Cahow Chick Hatches Live On Camera

Video: Cahow Chick Hatches Live On Camera

As the Nonsuch Expeditions team and viewers from around the world watched online, a Cahow chick in burrow #831 hatched at approximately 12.00am on Friday, February 28, officially launching the 2020 CahowCam season. This the eighth season that the team has been live streaming from the underground nesting burrows on Nonsuch Island, during which tens of... 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

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

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

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

Audubon Society Photo Field Trip On Sunday

Audubon Society Photo Field Trip On Sunday

The Bermuda Audubon Society’s photography club is getting set to hold a field trip on Sunday [Oct 6] at Ferry Point Park in St. George’s A spokesperson said, “Calling all nature photographers. The Bermuda Audubon Society’s photography club is holding a field trip on Sunday [Oct 6] at Ferry Point Park in St. George’s. “Bring... Read more of this article