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Mandu can see clearly again after surgery
Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Last month ophthalmic surgeon, Dr. Leonard Teye-Botchway, operated on the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo’s Parma Wallaby, Mandu, removing his luxated lens that was causing fluid build-up and dangerous pressure to form in his eye.


Reid, Dowling, Hill, Godfrey Awarded Scholarships
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The Bermuda Zoological Society has selected the recipients of the Steinhoff/BZS scholarship and, for the first time, the Pye Scholarship, with Amber Reid, Ryan Dowling, Archer Hill and Jessica Godfrey all being awarded scholarships.


Oldest seal at BAMZ dies aged 35
Thursday, August 30, 2018

The oldest harbour seal at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo has died at the age of 35.


‘Bermuda Adventure’ continues
Tuesday, August 07, 2018

A pilot programme of community celebration, organised by the group Imagine Bermuda, marked a success at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo.


Turtle project marks 50 years
Thursday, August 02, 2018

The Bermuda Turtle Project is celebrating half a century of the protection and study of sea turtles.



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Drivers urged to fill their tanks and help good causes
RG - Jonathan Bell
Friday, February 11, 2022

Bermuda’s drivers have been asked to fill their tanks for a good cause as a charity event combining fun and fundraising goes for its 53rd annual spin tomorrow.

Hamilton Lions Club teams up with Terceira’s Rubis Service Station on North Shore in Smith’s to pump gas from 7am to 6pm, followed by a raffle.

Lions volunteers receive a portion of the day’s earnings plus tips.

This years beneficiaries are Vision Bermuda and the Bermuda Zoological Society.

The annual Gas-O-Rama event began in 1969 through a partnership between the gas station’s former owner, the late Malcolm Terceira, and Edward “Teddy” Chapman, a member of the club.

What started as a friendly poker bet has raised more than $1 million for charity over the years since.

The fundraiser typically comes with a volunteer dressed up in a lion costume.

To highlight this year’s event, club member Jennifer Hedges turned out with grandson Bailey Hedges, 4, suited up as the fundraising mascot.