Gary the Explorer: Weather Part 2

Here is the second episode of Gary exploring the weather. Lost of educational info about the Hurricanes. After all we went through hopefully we’re clear for the rest of the season! Let us know what you think about Gary the Explorer! More Episodes to come soon!

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Pipi Pwason!

A video about a science project in Haiti that actually began in Abaco and makes a good comparison sister project. This is aimed at the local Haitian community on the Ile a Vache-BUT since its subtitled and entertaining Bahamians can see how it relates to us!   Leave us a comment!

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Spotted Dolphins of the Bahamas

Did you know there’s more than one species of dolphin in the Bahamas? Check out these spotted dolphins, different from the more famous bottlenose dolphins. For more information about marine mammals in The Bahamas visit the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation.  Sponsored by The Lyford Cay Foundation. Make sure you don’t miss the next video: […]

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KB-Freedom of Information Act music video

Conch Salad TV was happy to work with so many talented Bahamian actors and KB on such an important issue – the need for a Freedom of Information act in the Bahamas, it affects everything that is going on in the country right now. The music video is sponsored by Save The Bays. If you […]

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Eleuthera #2: The Diving

Out for a day of relaxing diving on south Eleuthera reefs with local Al Curry. Great visibility, lots of marine life and a wide variety of dive sites. Join us in seeing what lies below the surface! Leave us a comment! Make sure you don’t miss the next video: scroll down and subscribe by email, […]

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Eleuthera #1: The Island

Eleuthera, a four part story brought to you by Behind the Mask. This first video focuses on the beauty found on the island of Eleuthera, from flowers to fishing to friendly faces. Known for its long stretches of beach and the glass window bridge where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean, Eleuthera is definitely […]

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Anchor Projects: New Name, Same T’ing

Anchor Projects are still being proposed and constructed in the Bahamas family islands. And the government is keeping all of these projects a secret from the Bahamian people. Watch this video to learn about failing anchor projects and alternative sustainable projects for The Bahamas! What Anchor projects are threatening your settlement? What sustainable projects do […]

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Piping Plovers: The Story of a Bahamian Bird

Get ready for our winter residents. The first ones are arriving – Piping Plovers! Keep your eyes open for them. Let us know if you see any! Created by Loggerhead Productions. Leave us a comment! Make sure you don’t miss the next video: scroll down and subscribe by email, “like” Conch Salad TV on Facebook, or […]

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Joulter Cays: Sustaining Natural Wealth

Come explore one of the most remote and unique places in the Bahamas. Find out why it’s good for the environment and the economy! Produced for the Bahamas National Trust by Loggerhead Productions, Let us know what you think! Make sure you don’t miss the next video: scroll down and subscribe by email, “like” Conch Salad […]

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Save the Bays Investigates Bimini

We have been working with Save the Bays on a new investigation series-here’s the first one on the controversy at Bimini. We’re looking for your feedback on the narration and style. What do you all think? Leave us a comment on the video here or visit our facebook page and let us know. Is it […]

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Beautiful Places: Park Three

Mangroves and tidal creeks are often overlooked when people are considering areas to protect.  Not only do mangroves areas provide habitat for 80% of the food we eat, they are also important cultural fishing and and boating locales.  East Abaco Creeks have a special place in the heart of many, find out why. The third […]

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Beautiful Places: Park Two

Blue Holes are overlooked ecological wonders of The Bahamas. Although we often forget about them, there is a place in Abaco that is crying out for our attention. Come experience these blue holes and understand why scientists and explorers need help to protect them! The second in a three part series about proposed parks in […]

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Beautiful Places: Park One

Although Cross Harbour is in the remote south of the island of Abaco, and is crown (public) land, it is under direct threat from foreign real estate development and marina construction. Here are the reasons why locals and scientists want to protect this area and ensure that it remains open and accessible to all residents […]

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Ain’t Got No More Lip

Find out about the status of conch in The Bahamas and get some ideas about to make sure its still around for the next generation. We want to hear what you think, make sure to comment! This video was produced by Community Conch in support of the National Conchservation Campaign led by the Bahamas National […]

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Bottlenose Dolphins of The Bahamas

Take a break, take a dive and spend some time with dolphins of The Bahamas in their world. For more information about marine mammals in The Bahamas visit the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation.  Sponsored by The Lyford Cay Foundation. Make sure you don’t miss the next video: scroll down and subscribe by email, “like” […]

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