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!

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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 ProductionsLet us know what you think!

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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 too over the top-or not enough-or just right? Is it fun and interesting, while highlighting key issues?  We want your input as this is the first and more are on the way!

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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 Trust.

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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.

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