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Birds

This resource is part of the BirdSleuth curriculum developed at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in partnership with the Society for the Study and Conservation of Caribbean Birds and Community Cloudforest Conservation. Through these activities, you can connect young people to nature through birds and your local environment while building their scientific and environmental knowledge. Download

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What is an important bird area? What are their function? How are they established? What are the threats to birds? Learn more in this issue of Earth Facts. Download

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Have you ever wondered what makes a bird a bird, where birds came from, or why they are important? This issue of Earth Facts will answer some basic questions about birds. Download

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Marine & Coastal

What is a coral reef? What are the different kinds of coral reefs? How are we harming coral reefs, and what can we do to help them? Learn more in this issue of Earth Facts. Download

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A wetland is any place that is regularly flooded with fresh, brackish or saltywater. Find out more about wetlands, their importance, and what we can do to protect them in this issue of Earth Facts. Download

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Marine Mammals

Have you ever seen a whale or dolphin and wondered about them? What do they eat, do they live in Jamaica and why are they called marine mammals? This issue of Earth Facts will answer some basic questions about marine mammals. Download

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Learn more about the ways you can help dolphins in captivity with this useful guide. Download

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A list of marine mammals found in Jamaican waters. Download

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While very few sightings have been accurately recorded, it is estimated that approximately 28 species of marine mammals live in Jamaican waters. Only a few of these species have actually been seen in our waters. Download

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Who do whales belong to? Are whales eating all the fish? Why is a whale not a fish? What effect could whaling have on Tourism? Can whaling be sustainable? Find out more about wonderful whales and dolphins and whaling in the Caribbean from the Whale Facts series. Download

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Learn more about captive dolphin facilities and dolphins in captivity from this guide produced by Humane Society International for the documentary ‘The Cove’. Download

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Sea Turtles

In 2010, JET coordinated a sea turtle monitoring project in three parishes: Portland, St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland. Monitoring began in May of the 2011 turtle nesting season. A summary of the project activities and data can be found here: Download

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Learn more about the four sea turtle species commonly found in Jamaican waters: Loggerhead, Leatherback, Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtle. Download

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Sea turtles have roamed the oceans for over 100 million years. They are reptiles – they need air to breathe, they are “cold-blooded” and they lay leathery eggs. All sea turtles have been heavily exploited by humans and all are afforded some degree of legal protection. Find ou more about sea turtles in this issue of Earth Facts. Download

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Birds
This resource is part of the BirdSleuth curriculum developed at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in partnership with the Society for the Study and Conservation of Caribbean Birds and Community Cloudforest Conservation. Through these activit Read More
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What is an important bird area? What are their function? How are they established? What are the threats to birds? Learn more in this issue of Earth Facts. Download
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Have you ever wondered what makes a bird a bird, where birds came from, or why they are important? This issue of Earth Facts will answer some basic questions about birds. Download
Date:
Marine & Coastal
What is a coral reef? What are the different kinds of coral reefs? How are we harming coral reefs, and what can we do to help them? Learn more in this issue of Earth Facts. Download
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A wetland is any place that is regularly flooded with fresh, brackish or saltywater. Find out more about wetlands, their importance, and what we can do to protect them in this issue of Earth Facts. Download
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Marine Mammals
Have you ever seen a whale or dolphin and wondered about them? What do they eat, do they live in Jamaica and why are they called marine mammals? This issue of Earth Facts will answer some basic questions about marine mammals. Download
Date:
Learn more about the ways you can help dolphins in captivity with this useful guide. Download
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A list of marine mammals found in Jamaican waters. Download
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While very few sightings have been accurately recorded, it is estimated that approximately 28 species of marine mammals live in Jamaican waters. Only a few of these species have actually been seen in our waters. Download
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Who do whales belong to? Are whales eating all the fish? Why is a whale not a fish? What effect could whaling have on Tourism? Can whaling be sustainable? Find out more about wonderful whales and dolphins and whaling in the Caribbean from t Read More
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Learn more about captive dolphin facilities and dolphins in captivity from this guide produced by Humane Society International for the documentary ‘The Cove’. Download
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Sea Turtles
In 2010, JET coordinated a sea turtle monitoring project in three parishes: Portland, St. Elizabeth and Westmoreland. Monitoring began in May of the 2011 turtle nesting season. A summary of the project activities and data can be found here: Read More
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Learn more about the four sea turtle species commonly found in Jamaican waters: Loggerhead, Leatherback, Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtle. Download
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Sea turtles have roamed the oceans for over 100 million years. They are reptiles – they need air to breathe, they are “cold-blooded” and they lay leathery eggs. All sea turtles have been heavily exploited by humans and all are a Read More
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