It’s getting worse for Haitian migrants in the Bahamas

December 19, 2019

Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis is no friend of undocumented Haitians. Not long after the Category 5 Hurricane Dorian destroyed Haitian settlements in the Abaco Islands, he proclaimed that “illegals … can leave voluntarily … or they will be forced to leave.” Undocumented underclass Haitian migrants to the Bahamas, many of them undocumented, do the […]

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Disney’s latest Bahamas cruise has an ecological cost

August 30, 2019

Disney plans to bring the Bahamian island of Eleuthera with new jobs and hundreds of million of dollars in business over the next several years, with its new cruise-ship destination of Lighthouse Point.

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A rare bird, thought extinct, resurfaces

September 4, 2018

At most, the world population of Bahama nuthatches (Sitta pusilla insularis) in modern times was only a few hundred, entirely restricted to pine forests on Grand Bahama Island. As is so often the case with birds restricted to tiny areas, the subspecies was extremely vulnerable to habitat modification. Already suffering from fire and development, the […]

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