Support for Save The Bays continues to grow

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 Support for Save The Bays continues to grow Camp participants proudly display a bonefish they caught while learning about this important protected species, which is restricted to catch-and-release fishing throughout The Bahamas. The West End Eco-Fishing Camp Association teaches children about the environment, water safety, boating skills, swimming, fishing and snorkeling in an effort to …

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Attorneys Instructed to Mount Legal Fight Over Bimini Development, Will File Judicial Review

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Attorneys Instructed to Mount Legal Fight Over Bimini Development, Will File Judicial Review   Sparked by the latest twist in the ongoing saga over a cruise ship terminal and offshore island planned for Bimini after news of construction permits appeared in the Miami Herald before local residents and environmentalists who had been begging for information …

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Cape Eleuthera Island School receives $25,000 donation from Save The Bays

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Cape Eleuthera Island School receives $25,000 donation from Save The Bays By: Caleb Oberst CAPE ELEUTHERA, THE BAHAMAS – Saturday, June 8 marked the 29th Research Symposium held at the Cape Eleuthera Island School. It was the culmination of a semester’s worth of research work undertaken by students at The Island School in collaboration with …

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Waterkeepers Bahamas Urges Govt Not to Shorten Closed Season for Nassau Grouper Climate Change Already Adding More Threat to Survival

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Climate change already adding more threat to survival of endangered species, says environmental advocacy group   Waterkeepers Bahamas Urges Government Not to Shorten Closed Season for Grouper   Waterkeepers Bahamas today expressed alarm over government’s announcement it was considering a plan to shorten the closed season for Nassau grouper, a critically endangered species already threatened …

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