|The Destruction of Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary
The remarkable creation and the senseless destruction of a precious wetland and mangrove in Barbados.
|Nation Update: Sewage Affecting Householder
Retired teacher Amarel Burke has had repeated problems with pipes from the South Coast Sewage Treatment Plant in her yard.
Video courtesy The Nation Barbados.
|Barbados' National Treasure - GHNS
Once gone, gone forever. Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary's 240 acres of incredible green space is irreplaceable. Importantly, it includes the last remaining mangrove wetland in Barbados. Explore the park's extraordinary beauty in this brand new short film.
|Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary Rescues, Rehabilitates and Releases Rare Bird
The rescue and rehabilitation was managed by Sanctuary staffers Barbara Garcia and Paul Rochester. While the rehabilitation was underway, the osprey's mate continued to fly over the Sanctuary calling for its stricken companion. As Sanctuary staff and wildlife experts watched, the bird flew down the little hill gathering speed as it then began climbing to meet its mate who was waiting high above over the lake.
|Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary - Barbados
Synopsis - According to a study titled “The Wetlands of Graeme Hall, An Initial Assessment of Value,” the Graeme Hall wetland and adjoining environmental and agricultural lands would be valued at over Bds. $1.1 billion dollars if preserved as a natural area for recreation, education and conservation. This video provides an overview of that study.
|Security Video - Crab Poachers at Graeme Hall
Synopsis - In April, 2010, intruders allegedly killed large numbers of crabs, and caused the deaths of a rare Amazon parrot and one of the spoonbill chicks inside one of the Aviaries.
|The People of Barbados Speak Out About Graeme Hall
Synopsis - On November 9, 2008 over 8,000 people came to Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary in Barbados. These are a few of their thoughts.