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Govt Issue Guidelines For Whale Watching

Govt Issue Guidelines For Whale Watching

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources said they have “received reports of reckless boaters and swimmers trying to get close to whales” and added that it is ”strongly recommended that members of the public do not swim with any whales.” A Government spokesperson said, “The Department of Environment and Natural... Read more of this article

BAMZ Closed To The Public Until Further Notice

BAMZ Closed To The Public Until Further Notice

The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo [BAMZ] is closed to the public until further notice. A Government spokesperson said, “In adherence with Government’s policy that all museums be closed due to the current Covid-19 outbreak, the entire Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo [BAMZ] has closed to the public from Sunday 28th March 2021 until further... Read more of this article

Partial Closing Of The Bermuda Aquarium & Zoo

Partial Closing Of The Bermuda Aquarium & Zoo

The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo [BAMZ] will close the zoo portion of the facility to the general public for three weeks to “limit potential exposure to certain animals that are susceptible to coronaviruses.” A Government spokesperson said, “The Public is advised that the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo [BAMZ], will close the... Read more of this article

Video: Cahow Chick On CahowCam 2 Revealed

Video: Cahow Chick On CahowCam 2 Revealed

As viewers from around the world watched online, the Cahow chick from the CahowCam2 burrow hatched on March 9 [Tuesday]. A spokesperson said, “March 9th 2021 @ 9:42 pm the newest CahowCam Star made its’ first appearance on camera confirming the completion of the hatching process that had started the night before. Bermuda Cahow Hatch Highlights“Viewers... Read more of this article

“Hatching Alert” For Online CahowCam 2

“Hatching Alert” For Online CahowCam 2

The Cahow egg being watched by the online CahowCam 2 is on “hatching alert,” with hatching expected to take place in the next 7-10 days. A spokesperson said, “During the night of March 8-9, there began to be indications that the egg being incubated by the adult female Cahow [band no. E0172] in the CahowCam 2 nest [nest burrow no. R832]... Read more of this article

Public Thanked After Missing Dog Found

Public Thanked After Missing Dog Found

Rico — a dog that went missing last week — has been found, with his owners thanking the public for their assistance and encouragement during the eight days that the canine was missing. The dog’s owners said, “Our baby boy, Rico, has finally been found after a long eight days of non-stop searching. Although we started to lose hope at times, members... Read more of this article

Reward Offered For Return Of Missing Dog

Reward Offered For Return Of Missing Dog

The owner of a missing dog is asking for the public’s help in locating him, with a reward being offered for his safe return. “Our dog, Rico, has been missing since Tuesday night around 7:00pm. He was seen leaving Tankfield Lane, crossing over to Lover’s Lane. He was lightly hit by a car but was seen running after. He was then spotted on... Read more of this article

Column: Rediscovery Of The Bermuda Cahow

Column: Rediscovery Of The Bermuda Cahow

[Opinion column written by Glenn Fubler] The January 28, 1951 rediscovery of the Cahow – a sea bird which once flourished in Bermuda, but was thought to be extinct for 300 years – was a watershed event. That revelation had both local and global implications as it was symbolic of the type of rebirth being manifested in that era following the... Read more of this article

Virtual Cahow Lunch & Learn On January 28

Virtual Cahow Lunch & Learn On January 28

In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the rediscovery of the Cahow, a virtual lunch and learn event will be held on Thursday [Jan 28], with guest speakers Dr. David Wingate, Miguel Mejias, and Jeremy Maderios taking part. A spokesperson said, “In celebration of the iconic 70th anniversary of the rediscovery of the Cahow, a number of community... Read more of this article

BAMZ Reopening On Monday January 25

BAMZ Reopening On Monday January 25

The Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo [BAMZ] will be reopening to the public on Monday, 25 January 2021, after closing to the public since 12 December 2020. A spokesperson said, “BAMZ will reopen the whole facility to members of the public, members and overseas visitors. We wish to thank our patrons for their patience as we navigate the challenges associated... Read more of this article

Video: Rescued Turtle Released Back Into Wild

Video: Rescued Turtle Released Back Into Wild

The Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo’s rehabilitation team have been busy attending to a large number of rescued turtles, with the turtles being released back into the wild as soon as they are in good health. The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo, supported by Bermuda Zoological Society, posted the video online, saying, “The Bermuda Aquarium... Read more of this article

‘Pawsitively Purrfect’ Campaign Donate To SPCA

‘Pawsitively Purrfect’ Campaign Donate To SPCA

JM Smucker and Butterfield & Vallis donated $1,245.96 to Bermuda Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals [SPCA]. A spokesperson said, “JM Smucker and Butterfield & Vallis recently completed the first quarter of their “Pawsitively Purrfect” campaign. “For a limited time, with the purchase of any JM Smucker pet food and pet... Read more of this article

Video: CahowCam Pair Return And Lay Egg

Video: CahowCam Pair Return And Lay Egg

The island is set to welcome a new resident soon, as a Cahow on Nonsuch Island laid an egg, with the pair of birds managing to coordinate their return for the occasion despite being apart at sea for two months. Jean-Pierre Rouja, Nonsuch Expeditions Founder and Team Leader said, “As our followers from around the world watched live, the male from... Read more of this article