Lobsters Today, Lobsters Tomorrow

It’s been awhile, but Conch Salad TV is back with a look at sustainable crawfishing and the efforts of Friends of the Environment‘s Size Matters campaign to make sure there are crawfish, also know as spiny lobster, around for our children and grandchildren to enjoy. It started in Abaco but is now spreading across The Bahamas.

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Manatees in The Bahamas

Manatees Rita and Georgie made the news spending time in Spanish Wells, Eleuthera and Nassau Harbour.  Find out how Rita and Georgie ended up the Berry Islands and learn more about manatees in The Bahamas. Then let us know if you’ve seen a Bahamas manatee.

For more information visit the Bahamas Marine Mammal Research Organisation’s website.

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Manatees from Spanish Wells to Atlantis

Check out this video about the manatees from Spanish Wells that were rescued by Atlantis made by RV Sea Watch. Conch Salad was there for Rita and Georgie’s release in the Berries last week.  Got some cool video of them and other manatees while we were there -give us a couple weeks to edit it all together.

The Big Guys: Reggae in the Bahamas Part II

Our second look at the reggae band Willis and the Illest, this time focusing on the lead guitarist, bassist and drummer (Nano, Quinton and Bailey). Could these talented musicians be leading the resurrection of the live scene in Nassau?

Leave a comment and let us know what you think of their music and where to find other original Bahamian musicians.

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The Sperrit

Ready for Junkanoo?  Catch “The Sperrit” Jordan Darville’s documentary that follows the team “One Family” as they detail their history and the history of the festival, while dealing with internal struggles and rival squads. The film also touches on the problems Bahamian society faces, and how Junkanoo may be inadvertently contributing to them.  Let us know if you’ve got something we should be showcasing.

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