Gary the Explorer: Weather Episode One

 

Just in time for Hurricane Matthew-hang on everyone in the Bahamas. This one is all about the weather, and the second episode features hurricanes. So if you need something to download and watch when the power goes out, start here. (click the download button under the player on the vimeo page).

Gary explorers our Bahamian weather and what it means to us and our island ecosystems. Plenty cool weather shots and things to show-so we split this one in two!

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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!

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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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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 in a three part series about proposed parks in Abaco, Bahamas. Let us know what you think!

Sponsored by Friends of the Environment, The Nature Conservancy and the Waitt Foundation created by Loggerhead Productions.

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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 Abaco, Bahamas. Let us know what you think!

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