The BNT Presents
Virtual Park Experiences
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A virtual tour of one of the most pristine mangrove ecosystems in the world, which is home to a wide range of marine organisms. This field trip introduces you to some of the highlights of the Park and a few of its key species.
This virtual field trip provides a look into two National Parks that protect part of the third largest barrier reefs in the world, one of the true gems of the Bahamas. Participants will learn about the importance of these parks and about how they are protected.
Learn about the protected habitat of a key Bahamian species in this virtual field trip to the Crab Replenishment Reserve. Participants will also learn about the behavior of land crabs and the role they can play to help protect them.
This field trip takes you to Blue Holes National Park and showcases some of the many wonders of the Bahamas. Participants will learn about the formation and structure of Blue Holes and about some of the flora and fauna that live in this National Park.
This field trip takes you to a protected archipelago that is home to some important winter visitors. While touring the recently established Joulter Cays National Park, participants will learn about the importance of this park to the local community and a few key species.
Dive onto a Bahamian coral reef with this virtual tour of the Andros Barrier Reef. Participants will learn about reef formation, the importance of coral reefs, life on the coral reef and fish and organism identification. (Grade 7+)
Learn about mangroves and their uses in this virtual park experience that takes you to Bonefish Pond National Park. (Grade 3+)
Learn about the different types of forests in The Bahamas while virtually exploring the terrestrial forests that are protected by the Bahamas National Trust. (Grade 7+)
Learn the difference between living and non-living things and virtually discover the living and non-living things that can be found in the terrestrial forests that are protected by the Bahamas National Trust. (Kindergarten – Grade 2)
Younger children will learn the difference between national parks and recreational parks. Children have the opportunity to explore the breathtaking Primeval Forest National Park virtually. (Kindergarten – Grade 3)
Learn about endangered species in The Bahamas in The Bahamas and the role the Bahamas National Trust plays in them. Explore national parks on New Providence as you learn about things people can do to protect endangered species. (Grade 4 – 6)
Learn about ecotourists and how the Bahamas National Trust contributes towards ecotourism in The Bahamas. Explore Bonefish Pond National Park and learn about the different tourist activities that can occur there as well as on other national parks in The Bahamas. (Grade 10 – 12)
Learn how to identify plants used as natural remedies in The Bahamas: Includes a take-home/ in-class activity. (Grade 4 +)
Gain an understanding of the Bahamas National Trust’s role in The Bahamas (Grade 5+)
Discover the importance and history of the Pine Forest ecosystem in The Bahamas. (Grade 5+)
Learn how to identify the 3 main dry forests found in The Bahamas: Black Land Coppice, Whiteland Coppice, and the Pine Forest, gain an understanding of their importance, threats, and how we can protect them. (Grade 7+)
Explore the role of The Bahamas National Trust and learn how our organization aids in the conservation of Bahamian resources. (Grade 7+)
Learn about pollution and explore the differences between air and land pollution. Gain an understanding of the causes and effects of pollution and how pollution can be prevented. (Grade 9+)
Discover the differences between water and other forms of pollution. Learn the causes and effects of pollution and how pollution can be prevented. (Grade 9+)
Explore biodiversity, its importance, and how National Parks to aid in preserving biodiversity in The Bahamas. (Grade 10+)
Identify endangered species in The Bahamas and understand how the BNT and National Parks aid in the protection and preservation of endangered species in The Bahamas. (Grade 9+)
This virtual park experience will teach participants how to identify the parts of a plant and understand their uses: Includes in-class/take-home activity. (Grade 1 – 3)
Identify native plants that can be found at Rand Nature Centre (Grade 5+)
Discover the main ecosystems found in The Bahamas, their importance, threats, and how we can protect them. (Grade 9+)
Explore one of Grand Bahama’s national parks that protects 100 acres of Caribbean Pine forest. Participants will also learn about the role of the Bahamas National Trust and the definition and importance of national parks.
Explore the forest, mangroves and caves at Lucayan National Park. Participants will also learn about the role of the Bahamas National Trust and definition and importance of national parks.
Meet members of the Levy Preserve team who will introduce you to four commonly used plant definitions and their species types; native, non-native, endemic, and invasive. Host, Omar McKlewhite, also shares why plant diversity is so important to the Bahamian natural environment. (Primary – High School)
Host, Hermane Exament, takes you into our mangrove wetland to learn about the four types of mangroves at the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve. Then continue to discover the medicinal benefits of a variety of plants and shrubs. (High School – College)