Lionfish… Kill ‘Em & Grill ‘Em by Joan Crabtree

These stony faced, uniquely striped, ethereally finned and astonishingly beautiful uglies are invading and overpopulating reefs around the world including the Caribbean.  Believed to have been released in the Atlantic during Hurricane Andrew, they have made their…

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Wildlife Conservation with SNIPS

The Conscious Market, a monthly event at AquaLounge on Isla Carenero brought to us by Cacao Blessings, donated a percentage of the vendor sales at the market on June…

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CARES Wildlife Animal Hotline

CARES Project is a veterinary mentorship and field course held at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute here in Bocas del Toro. Dr. Carolyn Rubin, Program Director and veterinarian, works closely with students with learning objectives for their…

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Lanouette Paddles in Oz for 2019 World Distance Championships

Julie Lanouette, Bocas del Toro resident and paddler, is going to the 2019 IVF World Distance Championships at Mooloolaba Bay on the Sunshine Coast in Australia from August 9th-16th. She will be racing…

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Guillermo Sánchez Borbón Hospital A new protagonist in the writing of Bocas del Toro´s history 

by Manuel Niss Quintana Wednesday, June 26, 2019, symbolized a combining of a rich cultural past with the dawn of an exciting new hospital to add to the rich history of Bocas del Toro. President Juan…

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The Bocas Dolphin: Acoustic Alarm in Dolphin Bay

photo (above) credit James Grant Laura May-Collado, PhD, is the Bocas Dolphin Project Director. She is an integrative marine biologist with a research…

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Dental Education & Care for All

Meet Steve Bender.  He is the President of the Newport Beach Rotary Club and an extremely active one. He has traveled the globe promoting Rotary’s…

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Plastic Recycling Is Here!

With 140,000 disposable plastic and glass products sold every month here in Bocas del Toro, the archipelago has had a great impact due to which it includes many disposable…

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