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A Guide to Whale Watching in Bermuda
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A Guide to Whale Watching in Bermuda

Each spring, about 10,000 migrating humpback whales make their way past our pink shores on their way to cooler waters up North for the summer months. While passing by, these migrating whales make a pit stop in Bermuda, creating an opportunity for locals and visitors to see these whales both from a distance and up-close. What You Should Know Before The Whales ArriveWhile there are other species of whales in Bermuda (pilot whales and sperm whales) during the months of…


8 Local Spots to Visit When You Seek Solace in Nature

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of daily life, we sometimes have the desire to seek refuge and relaxation in a tranquil setting. These eight quiet and beautiful locations are the perfect places to find solitude when it…


Field Notes: Garden Hibiscus

This article was taken from our archives. It first appeared in The Bermudian in May 1952. It appears here exactly as it did originally. The Garden Hibiscus needs little introduction for it is found in practically every garden and is…


Hog Bay Park

From its rocky coastline and panoramic views to lush trails and an agricultural heritage as rich as its soil, Hog Bay is a parkland oasis with a little something for everyone. Turn the clock back to 1617 and imagine a…

Bermuda Beasts

How Many Pups Are Born In A Spotted Eagle Ray Litter?

Seeing a spotted eagle ray, no matter how many times you've done so before, is always special. Their long thin tails, beautiful triangular wings and spotted backs make this species of ray visually unique and seeing them fly out of…


5 Plants that Bees Love!

Bees are amongst the most important creatures to humans. These amazing insects pollinate over 80% of all flowering plants including 70 of the top 100 human food crops. In fact, one in three bites of food that we eat is…