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Can You Help With History Of Nonsuch Island?

Can You Help With History Of Nonsuch Island?

Janet Wingate — the eldest daughter of Dr. David Wingate — is currently working on a book about the history of Nonsuch Island, and is asking anyone who may have information, memories or comments to please contact her. She is currently in Bermuda, and would like to take the opportunity to talk to anyone who was on the Island during the training... Read more of this article

Kermode & Steele Win Nonsuch Camp Awards

Kermode & Steele Win Nonsuch Camp Awards

Freyja Kermode is the 2016 winner of the Mervyn White Shield, awarded annually to the student with the top marks on the Nonsuch Island Natural History Camp, while the Nonsuch Camp Spirit Award was won by Maia Steele. Freyja, 15, attends Bermuda High School and Maia, 16, is homeschooled. Left to right: Camilla Stringer, camp director, Maia Steele, Freyja... Read more of this article

Happening Now: Watch A Cahow Hatching Live

Happening Now: Watch A Cahow Hatching Live

[Updated] The public is being given the unique opportunity to watch the hatching of a Cahow egg live as the event is being filmed by the CahowCam on Nonsuch Island, with the stream available online. This has only been witnessed once before — which actually occurred exactly one year ago today — and you can tune in now to witness this rarely... Read more of this article

18,783 Invasive Plants Removed From Nonsuch

18,783 Invasive Plants Removed From Nonsuch

18,783 invasive plants were removed from Nonsuch Island during 2014, Minister of Health, Seniors & Environment Jeanne Atherden said recently. While delivering the brief for her Ministry, Minister Atherden said “With the assistance of volunteers from the Ascendant Group of Companies, work to eradicate Casuarina and Brazil Pepper trees and... 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

First Phase: Airport Nature Art Project Launches

First Phase: Airport Nature Art Project Launches

LookBermuda is officially launching the first phase of its Airport Art project, which will showcase large scale themed installations on open wall spaces throughout the L.F. Wade International Airport, designed to enhance the travelers experience. In this first phase, LookBermuda will focus on photographic installations that highlight Bermuda’s natural... Read more of this article

Nonsuch Report No Major Infrastructure Damage

Nonsuch Report No Major Infrastructure Damage

“We are happy to report that despite a direct hit by Hurricane Gonzalo, in the initial surveys it does not appear that Nonsuch Island suffered any major damage to it’s Infrastructure or Geology,” the latest update on the Nonsuch website said. They said that the beach and coastal areas suffered far less than during hurricanes Fabian... Read more of this article

Janet Wingate To Host Book Signing Today

Janet Wingate To Host Book Signing Today

Bermudian author Janet Wingate is launching the 2nd edition of her book ‘Nonsuch Summer’, with a book signing at the Bermuda Book Store during Harbour Nights this evening [July 9th]. It tells the story of her childhood on Nonsuch Island, and brings to life the creation of the living museum there, including the challengeto save the cahow. The... Read more of this article

Airport To Feature Large Scale Nature Photos

Airport To Feature Large Scale Nature Photos

LookBermuda confirmed its AirportArt project has secured the rights to install large scale art installations on all open wall spaces throughout the Bermuda International Airport to enhance the travelers experience and their first and last impressions of the island. Initially LookBermuda will focus on photographic installations that highlight Bermuda’s... Read more of this article

Thursday’s Lecture To Highlight Nonsuch Island

Thursday’s Lecture To Highlight Nonsuch Island

Join JP Rouja from LookBermuda and National Geographic photographer, David Liittschwager, for a never-before seen look at Bermuda’s Nonsuch Island, with an evening filled with highlights from their Nonsuch excursions including videos, photos and an update on this year’s cahow season and CahowCam. The talk will take place at 7.30pm on... Read more of this article

New Website Launched For Nonsuch Island

New Website Launched For Nonsuch Island

After several years in the making, Nonsuch Island Nature Reserve now has its own website nonsuchisland.com. In the longterm this website, developed by LookBermuda, will showcase all of the environmental and historical features of this unique nature reserve. “The website will give an online window into how Bermuda would have looked pre-settlement,”... Read more of this article

Zoological Society To Host “Nonsuch Camp”

Zoological Society To Host “Nonsuch Camp”

The Bermuda Zoological Society [BZS] will host a “Nonsuch Camp” for students of aged 15 to 18 with an interest in science and Environment from 20- 28 June 2014. Based on Nonsuch Island, the camp will be field trips to explore different habitats such as North Rock and Walsingham Jungle. This camp will provide students with an awareness of... Read more of this article

1932 NBC Underwater Broadcast From Bermuda

1932 NBC Underwater Broadcast From Bermuda

Two men who made an historic deep sea descent off Bermuda’s Nonsuch Island some 80 years ago were able to lure NBC technicians to the site in order to broadcast live audio footage of their underwater adventure to listeners across the United Kingdom and United States. On August 15, 1934, Dr. William Beebe and Otis Barton descended in their bathysphere... Read more of this article