Transport for MPA Summer Camp 2014

Dear Ms. Campbell and supporting staff, On behalf of the MPA department of the Fisheries Division. I'd like to extend a hearty thank you for assisting us during our Summer Camp which ran from July 7th - 25th. Your team of drivers were friendly and knowledgeable yet focused and allowed for a smooth flow of things. Without your assistance our Summer Camp would not have been the successful event it turned out to be. Once again thank you from the staff of the MPA department, our 15 volunteers and ...
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Belmont Estate Receives Community Benefit Award from CTO TravelMole

Caribbean Horizons wishes to congratulate Belmont Estate to this well-deserved award! BELMONT ESTATE RECEIVES COMMUNITY BENEFIT AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF UNIQUE AGRO-HERITAGE ATTRACTION AT STATE OF THE INDUSTRY CONFERENCE IN US VIRGIN ISLANDS September 19th, 2014 Belmont Estate received this year’s Community Benefit Award in recognition of being a Unique Agro-Heritage Attraction at the State of the Industry Conference from the Caribbean Tourism Organization and TravelMole, held on Thu...
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Meet Davidson Campbell

Davidson Campbell, one of our Tour Guides and Driver enjoys sharing his knowledge of Grenada with visitors and likes to hike to St Margarets falls with them. Read what our guests have to say about Davidson Campbell, one of our tour guides: I want to say thank you so much for the wonderful tour. Mr. Davidson was truly an amazing tour guide and he made our mothers very happy. We all left Grenada yesterday with bright smiles on our face. I would recommend this tour, especially the guide, to...
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The Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds (SCSCB) changes name to “BirdsCaribbean”

News Release Date: October 23, 2013 (Kingston, Jamaica) October 18, 2013 – Today the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds (SCSCB) [1], the largest single organization devoted to wildlife conservation in the Caribbean, announced the renaming of the organization to “BirdsCaribbean.” The name change reflects the proactive, multi-faceted, and inclusive nature of the organization, which continues in its role of assisting wildlife professionals, educators, and community mem...
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Caribbean Birding Trail

Launches New Training Program for 24 Tour Guides on Grenada (St. Georges, Grenada) July 8th, 2013  - Ramier. Godbird. Chicken Hawk. Until recently, that is how many of the Caribbean Birding Trail Guide Training participants would have described some of Grenada’s common birds. Now, after having successfully completed the five-day training course, participants know that these birds have common English names that are recognized internationally by the birding community: Scaly-naped Pigeon (Ramier),...
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