Fact Sheets

Fact Sheets

Below are fact sheets produced by the Bahamas National Trust Education Department or other sources as indicated.

Ecosystems of The Bahamas

– Seashore Fact Sheet – BNT
– Pine Forest Fact Sheet – BNT
– Mangroves Fact Sheet – BNT
– Whiteland Coppice Forest Fact Sheet – BNT
– Blackland Coppice Forest Fact Sheet – BNT
– Coral Reef Fact Sheet – BNT
– Blueholes Fact Sheet – BNT
– Seagrass Meadows Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Endangered Species of The Bahamas

– Bahama Parrot Fact Sheet – BNT
– Flamingo Fact Sheet – BNT
– Bahama Hutia Fact Sheet – BNT
– Bahamian Boa Fact Sheet – BNT
– Bahamian Iguana Forest Fact Sheet – BNT
– Pintail Duck Fact Sheet – BNT
– West Indian Whistling Duck Fact Sheet – BNT
– White-tailed Tropic Bird Fact Sheet – BNT
– Osprey Fact Sheet – BNT
– Piping Plover Fact Sheet – BNT
– White-crowned Pigeon Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Invasive species of The Bahamas

– Lionfish Fact Sheet – BNT
– Cane toad Booklet – BNT
– Casuarina Fact Sheet – BNT
– Brazilian Pepper Fact Sheet – BNT
– Melaleuca Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Marine Life of The Bahamas

– Spiny Lobster Fact Sheet – BNT
– Conch Fact Sheet – BNT
– Nassau Grouper Fact Sheet – BNT
– Sharks: Key to healthy oceans – BNT


 

Endemic Birds of The Bahamas

– Bahama Woodstar Hummingbird Fact Sheet – BNT
– Bahama Swallow Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Pineforest Birds of The Bahamas

– West Indian Woodpecker Fact Sheet – BNT
– Hairy Woodpecker Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Migratory Birds of The Bahamas

– Kirtland’s Warbler Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Reptiles of The Bahamas

– Curly-tailed Lizard Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Plants of The Bahamas

– Silver top palm Fact Sheet – BNT
– Century plant Fact Sheet – BNT
– Gum Elemi Fact Sheet – BNT


 

Ecotourism in The Bahamas

– The Bahamas: Shark diving capital of the world – BNT & Pew