Recent NewsDeloitte Staff Give Back During “Impact Day”
Monday, November 25, 2013
Staff from Deloitte set aside laptops, phones and office duties recently on Deloitte’s annual Impact Day, a firm-wide day of volunteer service.
“Mystery Specimen” Identified As Fish Bone
Friday, November 01, 2013
A “mystery specimen” was found at Clearwater Beach earlier this year has been determined to be the jaw of a very large Parrotfish.
BZS president presents alternative to Blue Halo
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Yet another option was presented as an alternative to the no take marine reserve being explored by the Government of Bermuda and the Pew Charitable Trust.
BZS Reef Watch 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
BZS REEF WATCH a citizen-science initiative, building on 10 years of success with the BREAM Programme.
Chelsea the Octopus predicts winner
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Chelsea the Octopus correctly predicted Adam Scott as the winner of the PGA Grand Slam yesterday morning.
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All the latest updates and news from the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo, one of Bermuda's leading visitor attractions!
By Sarah Laran, Sub-editor/Writer
Wednesday, September 04, 2013 9:25 AM
The inaugural Reef Watch citizen science research and awareness drive on Saturday has so far so far raised some $15k.
The money will go towards the continued conservation and research of Bermuda’s economically critical reef systems.
Survey: Volunteers saw lots of parrot fish but hardly
any groupers and snappers. *Photo Chris Burville.
The inaugural event organized by the Bermuda Zoological Society attracted some 100 participants — in 20 boats. Chief scientist Thaddeus Murdoch told
the Bermuda Sun: “We were thrilled to see so many people sign up for the first year was great.
“We have not been through all the data yet but so far we have seen that coral bleaching is a factor which we expected because it has been a very hot summer for the reefs of Bermuda. As part of the fish surveys done on the day, we also saw there were lots of parrot fish but not a lot of predatory fish like groupers and snappers which is a big shame.”