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My Favourite Room: Living Room at Northwinds by Michele Smith

When clients become friends and projects become passions, magic happens. Such is the case for this enviable living room designed by Michele Smith at OBMI. “Barbara takes my lead much of the time and trusts my instinct which I very much appreciate,” said Smith. “I have been working with her for over 10 years now.” The house always had an impressive view, but it took an act of nature to lead to the creation of a brand-new space to enjoy…


Nature

Bermuda Beasts: 6 Facts About The Bermuda Cave Shrimp

Bermuda cave shrimp are small and very rarely seen. but with cave diving expertise and equipment, you may be able to see one of their small population in Crystal Caves, Green Bay Cave, Roadside Cave, and Tucker’s Town Cave. Below…


Garden

In the Garden: Fall

As is well known to Bermudians, summertime in Bermuda brings relentless heat that is particularly hard on gardens of all sorts. Lawns may easily brown under the scorching sun, and fruit trees and vegetable gardens yield little produce. As a…


Nature

Bermuda Beasts: 7 Facts About The Green Heron

Where can you spot them? Green herons are a coastal bird, distributed throughout the island. You can spot them most easily within mangrove forests, or hunting on the edges of isolated islands. The green heron is one of two nesting…


Pets

Call for Entries: The Bermudian’s Cutest Pet Contest, Presented by Noah’s Ark Feed & Supply!

Do you have the cutest pet in Bermuda? Show us your fluffy, feathery and scaley friends for a chance to have them featured in the winter issue of The Bermudian magazine and win a $250 gift certificate from Noah's Ark…

Nature

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…