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Bermuda Beasts: Eastern Bluebird
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Bermuda Beasts: Eastern Bluebird

One of the most commonly spotted birds of Bermuda is the Eastern Bluebird. Blue in color and small in stature, bluebirds are expert nest builders and territorial when it comes to protecting their homes. Here are 5 other facts about bluebirds you probably don’t already know.   1. While they mostly feed on small insects like caterpillars, beetles, crickets, grasshoppers and spiders or on fruits like honeysuckle, mulberries and cedar berries, Easter Bluebirds have been known to eat lizards and…


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Bermuda Beasts: Pilot Whale

With the news of a deceased baby pilot whale having been found at Devonshire Dock in the last week, we set to discover more about the pilot whale species. Here are 5facts about pilot whales we're betting you don't already…


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Building Bridges & Connecting the Community

Bridges aren’t built simply to join two separate pieces of land; they are built to connect the people that use them. That connection works to unite separate communities, expand boundaries and allow access to formerly inaccessible areas. With that theme…


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Bermuda Beasts: Zebra Slug

Zebra slugs can be found anywhere where they might feed on sponges – they are numerous along the reef line from Fort St. Catherine’s beach stretching to Tobacco bay. Here are 7 facts about zebra slugs you probably don't already…


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Bermuda Beasts: 8 Facts About Hermit Crabs

Where can you spot them? Populations of land hermit crabs are drastically reduced, but some specimens still exist in Hungry Bay nature reserve. They are a terrestrial crab, favouring mangrove habitats and sandy shorelines. Hermit crabs do not produce their…

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Capturing Our Underwater World: An Interview with Ron Lucas

Ron Lucas has wheeled about with Manta Rays in strong currents off the island of Komodo, and felt the piercing gaze of a mother whale, just a table’s length away from him, as her calf sheltered under her fin in…