In the Media

Are Bermuda's Mulberry trees descended from introduced species, or from native trees that were part of the original pre-settlement forest?  

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Audubon receives a 2.5 acre gift of land in St. George's.

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The Island’s first sighting of a razorbill was reported on 22 February. Audubon Society member Paul Watson spotted the bird on the Great Sound in the morning.

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In an Opinion article in the Royal Gazette, the Society proposes the introduction of cat licensing. 

Conservation Advocacy 2 Feral cat feeding station


"Every cat deserves a home. The domestic cat is called that for a reason: the species is the result of thousands of years of breeding by humans, and its natural habitat is the human home. A feral (meaning “wild”) cat is a domestic cat that is forced to fend for itself in the wild because it has no human home. Feral cats are therefore not a natural part of Bermuda’s (or any other) ecosystem; they are the result of human negligence."


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Photos courtesy of Andrew Dobson, Paul Watson, Chris Burville, Ras Mykkal, Jennifer Gray, Rosalind Wingate, Rick Slaughter and others.

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