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A Resilient Force: The Bermuda Cedar

Bermudians are very familiar with the Bermuda Cedar, Juniperus bermudiana, our remarkable endemic tree. The history of the Bermuda cedar is both tragic and beautiful: it has overcome unfathomable devastation, and has proven repeatedly that it’s an absolutely resilient force of nature. Here are five fascinating facts about the Bermuda Cedar: 1. Some of the first settlers on the island used every part of the Bermuda Cedar for survival. They used cedar berries for food and drink, as well as…


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Bermuda Beasts: Humpback Whale

Humpback whales are currently making their way past the island as part of their annual migration north to cooler waters. Before you head out whale watching, take in these 10 facts about humpbacks! 1. Humpback whales are well-known for their…


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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…


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Wildlife 101: Longtails with Dr. David Wingate

Longtails have officially arrived back on the island for the warmer months and we couldn't be happier that they're here. We spoke with Dr. David Wingate about the tropical bird, for which he is an expert and here's what he…


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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…

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Bermuda Beasts: Spotted Eagle Rays

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…