EAST hosts Annual V.I. Humpback Whale Watch Eco-tours

It is time for the Annual EAST Whale Watches 2017. Join the Environmental Association St. Thomas -St. John (EAST) for our annual St. Thomas, Virgin Islands whale watches on Sunday, March 5 and Saturday, March … Continue reading →

Junior Spotted Eaglerays swim in formation in a Mangrove Lagoon

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Junior Spotted Eaglerays swim in formation in a Mangrove Lagoon. ~ January 18, 2017. The Climate Change VI team has been following four very young Spotted Eaglerays (Aetobatus narinari)* in the Mandahl Bay, St. Thomas, … Continue reading →

IT WAS LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON, October 30, when I got the call. For some time Anna and Alcedo “Justin” Francis had been observing a large bird-of-prey sitting on the narrow rocky shoreline of Tutu Bay. … Continue reading →

  The Brown Garden Eel Heteroconger longissimus   Conger Eels: Brown Garden Eel – Heteroconger longissimus. Colonies with dozens to thousands of individuals inhabit sand flats with nearby reefs, depth 15 feet to over 200. … Continue reading →