Resort Report

  • Out with a Roar March 9, 2016 Invasive lionfish mitigation on South Caicos. By Anela Akiona, School for Field Studies Center for Marine Resource Management Invasive species are a major threat to ecosystem stability and biodiversity and the environmental and economic costs are increasing. While most invasions to date have been in terrestrial and freshwater systems, marine invasions have significantly increased. This has been ... Read more about this post
  • Piping Up March 9, 2016 Rare, endangered, and threatened bird found in Turks & Caicos Islands. By Eric F. Salamanca, DEMA, Elise Elliote-Smith, US Geologic Service, and Caleb Spiegel and Craig Watson, US Fish and Wildlife Service Photos By Eric F. Salamanca The Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus) is a small shorebird that nests and feeds along coastal sand and beaches. Due to anthropogenic disturbances, ... Read more about this post
  • Color it Blue March 9, 2016 Meet illustrator Alizee Zimmermann. By Alizee Zimmermann, Kathy Borsuk, and Zachary Musgrove Adult coloring books are very much in vogue these days as a means to relax and rejuvenate. Alizee Zimmermann is a young artist from the Turks & Caicos Islands who is using her new coloring book Reefscapes to spotlight the unique underwater landscapes of the ... Read more about this post
  • Grand Turk’s Postcard Man December 21, 2015 Meet Edmond Neale Coverley. By Sherlin Williams ~ Illustrations Turks & Caicos National Museum Collection Edmond Neale Coverley was born on Grand Turk to Flavious Coverley, an Englishman, and Olivia Firth, a young lady of the wealthy Frith salt merchant clan. Neal, as he was affectionately called, and his wife Minimia Elodie Astwood, lived with their children ... Read more about this post
  • The Original “Snail Mail” December 21, 2015 A glimpse at the postal history of the Turks & Caicos Islands. Story & Photos By Peter Marshall Many people the world over have never heard of the Turks & Caicos Islands. But among philatelists (a posh word for stamp collectors, myself included), the Islands are famous for the colourful, diverse postage stamps they issue. Until the salt-raking ... Read more about this post
  • Treasuring Pine Cay December 21, 2015 The evolution of a private island community. By Sara Kaufman, Manager, Forbes, Forbes, & Forbes Realty ~ Photos By Paradise Photography Just as the true Caribbean pine is a tree unique to the Turks & Caicos, Pine Cay is one of the country’s special treasures. Not only is it a rare stronghold of this endangered tree, but ... Read more about this post
  • A Voice for Those Who Cannot Speak December 21, 2015 TCSPCA has helped animals and their owners for nearly 20 years. By Kathi Barrington ~ Photos Courtesy TSCPCA The Turks & Caicos Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (TCSPCA) is the oldest established animal welfare organization in the country. There is no veterinary service on any of our islands except Providenciales, which is why the ... Read more about this post
  • Ocean Country – Book Excerpt December 21, 2015 Quest to save the seas starts in the Turks & Caicos Islands. Excerpts By Liz Cunningham Liz Cunningham’s new book, Ocean Country holds a special place in my heart. The focus of the book is how people around the world are practicing “hope in action,” and why it’s time for all of us to join them. It ... Read more about this post
  • The Iconic Nassau Grouper December 21, 2015 Regionally endangered, locally abundant Story & Photos By John Claydon, PhD & Marta Calosso, MS, MA – TCI Nassau Grouper Project leaders Go on any SCUBA dive or snorkel trip in the Turks & Caicos Islands and you would be very unlucky not to see a Nassau grouper or two. It is no exaggeration to say that ... Read more about this post
  • From Grand Turk to Grand Cru December 21, 2015 Meet wine expert Shane Jones. By Trish Flanagan We’re being chauffeured through the crimson, gold, and russet vineyards of the Champagne region in France. Think New England fall foliage on a smaller scale. Autumn here is a glorious blaze of multi-coloured fields, as the meticulously pruned vines die off after harvest. I’m in the company of Grand ... Read more about this post
  • A Turks & Caicos Original December 21, 2015 Wellington Williams creates unique jewelry inspired by the sea. By Zahrya Musgrove ~ Photos By Davidson Louis It’s not always easy being a young man or woman trying to get a business started in the Turks & Caicos Islands. Besides a good idea and business plan, you need money . . . contacts . . . influence ... Read more about this post
  • Buying Property in Paradise September 25, 2015 It’s all in the details. By Neil Molyneux, Graham Thompson Photos By Steve Passmore, Provo Pictures Usage Courtesy Turks & Caicos Sotheby’s International Realty and The Source The months of September and October don’t necessarily display the Turks & Caicos at their finest. Yes, the gorgeous seas still sparkle in kaledoscopic shades of blue under the sun’s sepia glow. ... Read more about this post
  • No Small Change September 25, 2015 Spanish colonial coin found in Maravedi Cove. By Roberto G. Munoz-Pando On my recent visit to the storage area of the Turks & Caicos National Museum, many items caught my attention. Among them, one really comes to mind because it represents the area I have been studying and writing about for the past three years. It was ... Read more about this post
  • Women of Valor September 25, 2015 Integrity, kindness, and character mark the lives of Constance Hall & Elizabeth Forbes. By Dr. Charlene Kozy Since early civilization, great people have been honored with statues or by having buildings, highways, bridges, and the like named for them. Often they have been elected officials who stood out in their period; Abraham Lincoln and George Washington are ... Read more about this post
  • A Precious Treasure September 25, 2015 Recording TCI’s remnants of paradise Story & Photos By Kathleen Wood Few places on Earth persist where nature’s ancient rhythms remain unconstrained by human ambition and greed. In 1971, visiting scientists described the Turks & Caicos Islands’ natural environment as “ . . . as close to the natural state as is likely to be the case ... Read more about this post

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Chrystel Loyer Kendrew captured the detail of this unfolding Agave plant. Through Chrystallize Photography, she offers fine art photography depicting the natural beauty of the Islands, often using close-ups to highlight patterns, colors or textures. For more, visithttp://www.chrystallize.comand follow on Instagram: @chrystallizephotgraphy

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