Are there sea snakes in Bermuda?
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No. Bermuda does not have any species of sea snakes. We do however have several species of Eel, some of which get mistaken for sea snakes.In particular, the Goldspotted Eel (Myrichthys ocellatus) is often mistaken for a sea snake.Goldenspotten Eel (M... Read More
Where can I buy native and endemic plants?
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Most local garden centres carry a few species of native and endemic trees and shrubs - just ask the staff to direct you. The Government Plant Nursery at Tulo Valley, Spanish Point also grows a large selection of native and endemic plants. There... Read More
How do I get a research permit?
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Please direct your enquiry to the Director, Department of Conservation Services.This can be done by:filling in the Contact Us form on this website sending an email to email@example.com Read More
Where can I get an artificial Longtail nesting burrow?
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Artificial Longtail nests (Logtail 'Igloos') can be acquired from the Bermuda Audubon Society. For more information about articial Longtail nests and why they are important please go to www.conservation.bm/longtail-igloos Read More
Can I use the photos on the Department of Conservation Service website?
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If you would like to use the photos on the Department of Conservation Services website (www.conservation.bm) for educational purposes, please contact the department through the contact us page. We would be happy to provide teachers with hi... Read More
What happened to the Dept. of Agriculture and Fisheries?
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The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (Ag and Fish) was divided into the Department of Conservation Services and Department of Environmental Protection in 2002.Conservation Services is responsible for managing historic shipwrecks and nature res... Read More
How do I report a dead or injured animal?
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Dead or injured animals and potentially hazardous wildlife can be reported to the responsible authority listed on the contact page for animal strandings and environmental emergencies. Read More
I am a Bermudian studying for an environmental degree, are there scholarships available to me?
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A list of opportunities available to Bermudians in environmental fields of study is available in the Education and Volunteer Opportunities section of the Resources page of the Department of Conservation Services website (www.conservation.bm). Pl... Read More
How do I report an environmental emergency?
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Environmental emergencies such as fish kills, bird kills and oil spills should be reported to the responsible authority listed on the contact page for animal strandings and environmental emergencies. Read More