Recent NewsProtecting the island's rarest species
Friday, July 05, 2013
Mark Outerbridge has been charged with no minor task. As Conservation Service’s new Wildlife Ecologist he is responsible for ensuring that Bermuda’s rarest and most endangered species are not wiped out in the sands of time.
Baby dolphin photographed off North Shore
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Boaters off the North Shore had a rare opportunity to witness passing Atlantic bottlenose dolphins.
Two Dolphins Spotted Inshore Off North Shore
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
A pair of Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins were spotted inshore yesterday [June 24] off the North Shore, and the Department of Conservation said it is “highly unusual” for them to be close to shore and in such small numbers.
The Sea Dragon Trip
Friday, June 07, 2013
My name is Choy Aming and I am an aquarist at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. I was recently sent out on a collecting assignment in the Sargasso Sea on the research vessel Sea Dragon.
Bermuda Skinks heading for a UK ‘lifeboat’
Friday, June 07, 2013
The fight to protect the critically endangered Bermuda Skink has found a new ally — the UK’s Chester Zoo
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At least five green sea turtles with attached satellite transmitters are being released from Clearwater Beach next week.
Tuesday’s release is part of the inaugural Tour de Turtles Bermuda: Race on the Rock. It marks the first time Bermuda will have participated in Tour de Turtles, a project started in 2008 by the Florida-based Sea Turtle Conservancy that provides online tracking of sea turtles.
The project helps researchers learn more about sea turtles’ habits at sea, such as their feeding and migratory patterns. This research is then used to help determine the best ways to protect sea turtles.
Tour de Turtles Bermuda is a collaboration between the Sea Turtle Conservancy, the Bermuda Zoological Society, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo, Department of Conservation Services and RenaissanceRe.
The event is free and open to the public. The turtles are scheduled to be released at 8.30am, people are advised to be in place for watching at 8am.