The second video in a series about proposed parks in Abaco, Bahamas. This area is home to some of the most amazing cave diving in the world, entered through blue holes on the surface. These blue holes are surrounded by pine forest with significant biodiversity due to the fresh water on their surfaces. Find out what scientists have discovered deep in the caves.
The first in a three part series about proposed parks in Abaco, Bahamas. Although Cross Harbour is in the remote south of the island, 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 need to protect this area and why the area should remain open and accessible to all residents and visitors.
The Queen Conch is vital to the Bahamas, both culturally and economically. Unfortunately, scientific research is showing how this population is right on the brink of collapse. This video looks at this research by the organization Community Conch in Exuma. It shows how they, and other Bahamians are trying to get this warning out there to the public and suggests some of preserving this species and creating a sustainable industry.