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$2 Bounty On Iguanas In New Cull Plan

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- The next battle in the Department of Environment’s war on the invading green iguana will begin in May with a reduced bounty on their reptilian heads because of the significant numbers, officials have revealed.

Dirección De Ecología Recolecta Más De 2 Mil 300 Árboles En Centros De Acopio

CANCÚN -- Evitar la proliferación de basureros clandestinos y brindar a los árboles un destino final adecuado, al triturarlos y reutilizarlos en acciones de reforestación, son los principales objetivos de la Campaña de Recuperación de Árboles de...

Save Cayman Sets Up Eco-Tourism Internships

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- Local environmental group Save Cayman is taking applications for its Environmental Ambassadors Programme set to launch this summer, with the first internship running from 19 June-11 August.

Las míticas ballenas que visitan el Caribe

SANTO DOMINGO (AccessDR) -- Los animales míticos de mares y océanos han atraído siempre la atención al ser humano.

The Mythical Whales Return To The Caribbean

SANTO DOMINGO (AccessDR) -- The beautiful Bay of Samana, on the country’s northeast region, is preparing to receive the humpback whales that from January through March make the warm waters off the north coast of the Dominican Republic their home....

CCMI Launches Virtual Reef Education

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) --The Central Caribbean Marine Institute (CCMI) is taking classrooms underwater as its latest educational initiative.

Dezas Natirèl Nan Ane 2016 La Fè Plis Dega Mateyèl E Mwens Moun Mouri Konpare Ak Lane 2015

 WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A. (VOA) -- Dezas natirèl ki dewoule toupatou nan mond lan te lakoz dega pou yon valè 175 milya dola an 2016 pi gwo chif sou kesyon an depi 2012, dapre jeyan konpayi re-asirans alman, Munich Re.

Cayman Signs Onto Agreement To Protect Sargasso Sea

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- While the PPM government continues to mull the extension of the Cayman Islands Marine parks to further protect our own unique marine environement, it has signed these islands up to the Hamilton Declaration on...

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- With a number of changes at this time of year over what people can and cannot take from the sea, the Department of Environment (DoE) is urging everyone not to poach and help protect the country’s dwindling fish...

Turtles Still Challenged But Nest Numbers Steady

GEORGE TOWN, Grand Cayman (CNS) -- Over 300 turtle nests were identified by Department of Environment staff during this year’s turtle nesting season on Grand Cayman, with a combined total of more than 400 on all three islands, slightly down on the...

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