Andros Film and Feedback!

Here we present the award winning film “Andros: Living off the Land and Sea.”

Afterwards let us know what you think with this survey.

 

 

We made it several years ago, but there always seems to be a demand to see it again. We would love to make more films like this, and you can help us figure out what works and what doesn’t.  What island would make a great film? Take the survey and leave us a comment!

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Most of the great music in the film is from Andros! Elon Moxey and Joseph Spence in particular, plus many of the old hymnals.

This film was made with a lot of help from the local people and businesses, and The Nature Conservancy, The Andros Conservancy and Trust, and the Bahamas National Trust.

Features: crabbing, bonefishing, sponging, spearfishing, birding, blue holes and more! So much to see and do in our ‘backyard’!

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 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 and visitors. The first 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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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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