Animals/Pets

Turkey Vulture Spotted in Nassau, and Other Bird Counting Results

January 18, 2018

Clad head to toe in warm clothes with woolly hats, socks, vests and stout walking shoes, 28 eager volunteers in five groups set off at sunrise on a recent Sunday morning to count birds, a globally recorded annual labour of love for the Audubon Society...

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Atlantis, Paradise Island's Animal Rescue Team Collaborates with Local and International Agencies to Return Manatee to the Wild Following On-Property Rehabilitation
Atlantis, Paradise Island's Animal Rescue Team Collaborates with Local and International Agencies to Return Manatee to the Wild Following On-Property Rehabilitation

January 15, 2018

Rescued marine mammal, dubbed ďManny,Ē returned to Spanish Wells, Bahamas, following three-month recovery at the resortís Animal Rescue and Care Facility...

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Swimming Pigs Story Spawns Major Book Deal

January 08, 2018

Worldwide attraction coming to book stores in North America and Europe, published and distributed by Skyhorse Publishing in fall 2018

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Pet Food Institute offers tips on how to keep your pets safe and healthy this holiday season
Pet Food Institute offers tips on how to keep your pets safe and healthy this holiday season

December 11, 2017

For many families during the holiday season, dogs and cats are part of the festivities and may even receive a present. A petís health and safety are still important to consider while planning for holidays. The Pet Food Institute (PFI), which provides information...

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Operation Potcake 2017 Volunteers Needed

October 11, 2017

There will be a two day clinic held this month under the OP name. Volunteers are still needed, particularly in recovery!...

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Profitt's a Winner before Race even Starts

September 23, 2017

Animal Lover Viviane Wins Pet Food Instituteís Contest, Suit & Entry Fee for Potcakeman Triathlon...

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Bahamas Humane Society Adoption Special

August 08, 2017

Coming soon! Bingo Night! Tuesday, August 22nd, 7 p.m. at the Green Parrot...

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Crawfish Season OPEN-B.R.E.EF encourage persons to follow fishing regulations!

August 01, 2017

In preparation for the opening of the Crawfish season on August 1st...

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Former govt approved energy deal
Former govt approved energy deal

May 16, 2017

Among its final acts as the Government of The Bahamas, Prime Minister Perry Christie revealed last night that his Cabinet approved a natural gas energy deal with a company days before the general election. Christie said if followed through the agreement would bring about more affordable and reliable power in The Bahamas...

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Pet Food Institute Expands Regional Reach to Teach Back-to-Back Grand Bahama, Trinidad Show

April 14, 2017

A dog may be manís best friend, but in the Caribbean and Bahamas, a campaign is turning out to be dogís best friend. The campaign is an education outreach by the Washington-based Pet Food Institute (PFI)...

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Crawfish Season CLOSED April 1st-July 31st, 2017

March 30, 2017

The Department of Marine Resources wishes to advise the general public that the closed season for the capturing of crawfish is the period April 1, 2017 to July 31, 2017 inclusive...

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Operators reject fears over surrey horse health
Operators reject fears over surrey horse health

March 28, 2017

CARRIAGE operators in New Providence have dismissed concerns raised over the treatment of surrey horses around the country, claiming that improvements in sector regulations have ensured that best practices are adhered to...

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Brazil officials urge caution over alert on meat imports

March 24, 2017

BRAZILIAN officials in The Bahamas yesterday urged caution as international concern mounts over the quality of meat imports from that country and sought to downplay fears that prompted several bans...

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Gray: Tests on BAIC feed after livestock deaths
Gray: Tests on BAIC feed after livestock deaths

March 08, 2017

MINISTER of Agriculture V Alfred Gray yesterday said his ministry will await the results of tests ordered on a batch of feed from the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation's (BAIC) Feed Mill as he pushed back against "speculation" that recent livestock deaths were linked to contaminated feed...

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Farmers blame 'contaminated' corn from BAIC feed mill for pig deaths

March 02, 2017

FARMERS across the country were said to be at breaking point as they battle livestock challenges, including deaths of pigs, allegedly due to contaminated and poor quality feed from the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation's Gladstone Road Feed Mill...

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Swimming pigs 'died from ingesting sand material'
Swimming pigs 'died from ingesting sand material'

March 01, 2017

EXUMA'S swimming pigs died from ingesting "sand material," according to Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries V Alfred Gray...

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Swimming pigs autopsy results still not made public
Swimming pigs autopsy results still not made public

February 28, 2017

BAHAMAS Humane Society President Kim Aranha yesterday questioned why the results of autopsies performed on the seven swimming pigs that died in the Exumas have not yet been released to the public...

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BAARK's Strutt Your Mutt...It's all about the dogs...
BAARK's Strutt Your Mutt..."It's all about the dogs..."

December 16, 2016

Having fun and raising money for a wonderful cause was the name of the game on Sunday December 11th Strut your Mutt Walk-A-Thon at Goodmanís Bay, for both two and fourlegged participants. Just under 100 people and their dogs took part in the event...

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'Pet Food Institute-Caribbean sponsors BAARK! Strut Your Mutt Walkathon
'Pet Food Institute-Caribbean sponsors BAARK! Strut Your Mutt Walkathon

December 14, 2016

Scores of people, many accompanied by four-legged friends bedecked in BAARK! doggie-bandanas, took to West Bay Street for BAARK!ís Strut Your Mutt Walkathon December 11, sponsored by Pet Food Institute-Caribbean...

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Unift surrey horses 'may not go back on the road again'

November 04, 2016

THE health and condition of surrey horses in New Providence are being closely monitored on a consistent basis, with officials from the Cabs Board yesterday promising that if any of the animals are found to be unfit for work, that horse "may not go back on the road again."

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