Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Nassau Grouper Recovery Efforts Put Cayman Islands on the World Conservation Map

The Bahamas Weekly
Apr 16, 2012

George Town, Grand Cayman - Recent scientific evidence shows that a ten-year effort to protect the spawning aggregation sites for the endangered Nassau Grouper has resulted in a growing and healthy population of the species on the reefs near Little Cayman, a harbinger that the recovery of the species may spread throughout the Caribbean.

After ten years the detective work is finally done, said an exuberant Dr. Guy Harvey, a Cayman resident and an ardent conservationist and internationally known marine wildlife artist.  Read the whole story here.

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