- published: 22 Jan 2013
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Visit to the Grand Etang National Park and Forest Reserve in Grenada For all trips in Grenada I had the excellent support from MOODY TAXI AND TOURS. Mr. Moody, who appear driving in this video, can be contact in telephone: 1 (473) 444-2007 and 3333. Cell: 1 (473) 415-9063, Grand Anse, St. George's, Grenada, W.I.
A 7-member team comprising 2 faculty lecturers and 5 students, returned from Dominica after spending 10 days collecting scientific data documenting the regeneration of the rainforest. The data will be used to recommend ways the forestry department can better monitor the recovery process.
All the things that make Grenada so special, her people, nature, surrounding seas, and wildlife, all come together to magnificent effect at the Underwater Sculpture Park sunken off the west coast. Holding the title of “The World’s First Underwater Sculpture Gallery” this is a must-visit for divers and snorkelers alike of all adventure levels.
On a trip to Grenada, I discovered there were monkeys, and went to find them :)
You may be exercising cruelty to your pets and not be aware of it.
http://goatsontheroad.com In this video we head to the mountainous interior of Grenada and hike to the 7 Sisters Waterfall in Grand Etang National Park. Grand Etang is a great place to spot wildlife including lizards, tree boas and the illusive and very endangered Grenadan Dove. Check out the video for an idea of what the hike is like and information on how you can do it too! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- To get a better idea of who we are and what we do, check out: "GoatLife TV Episode 35 A Day In The Life Of The Goats" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcKMS7PJ0FM -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
zoo in Grenada. W.I
Tree frogs and cicadas form the serenade that is the soundtrack to the rainforest in Grenada. The Grand Etang National Park is a beautiful area of rainforest, rushing rivers, waterfalls, trails and an extinct volcano with a crater lake. Ideal area for hiking and trekking.
The Wild Caribbean Islands : Wild Caribbean is a four-part BBC nature documentary series exploring the natural and cultural history of the Caribbean Islands and Sea. It was first transmitted in the UK on BBC Two in January 2007. The series was produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and narrated by actor Steve Toussaint. This series also aired in Australia on ABC1 each Sunday at 7:30pm from 15 February 2009 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Caribbean https://esclips.com/video/ig7RBt1x1rk/bbc-wild-caribbean.html
River Tubing Adventure - http://bit.ly/2o1OWCT Take on the rushing rapids of the Balthazar River in Grenada! Wet, wild and wonderful, this river tubing adventure is guaranteed to be the thrill of a lifetime. Swirl and spin in the currents of the Balthazar River as it meanders through the tropical rainforest. Experience a seldom-seen side of Grenada as you take on rushing rapids and get a close look at the exotic wildlife along the riverbank home. After your adventure, it’s time to relax with a well-deserved glass of rum punch. Check out the best tours in the Caribbean with Island Routes: Online: https://www.islandroutes.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/islandroutes Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/islandroutes/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/islandroutes/
Grenada, the 3rd port of call on the Carnival Southern Caribbean cruise. Grenada is known as "The Spice Island" due to the multitude of spices that grow there; predominantly the main spice appears to be Nutmeg. We booked or excursion through Carnival for this island, whereby we visited: - Belmont Estate Cocoa Farm - Grenada Co-Operative Nutmeg Association - Annandale Waterfall - Grand Etang National Park (Not shown on video) Teh tour of the spice / cocoa factories was interesting as the spices we are so accustomed to in our cooking are often taken for granted as to where they come from and how they are processed. The Annandale Waterfall was spectacular, and had locals jumping from the edge of the ravine into the plunge pool at the bottom of the waterfall. Though be prepared to be hass...
The many exotic and elusive creatures of ASIA in action sequences. From tigers on the prowl in Central India, and endangered pandas feeding in the Wolong Reserve in Western China, to macaques bathing in the snow in the hot springs of Japan, and families of orangutans at play in Sumatra.
A Birds News Network (BNN) video by American Bird Conservancy, http://www.abcbirds.org on the Grenada Dove, threatened by a Four Season resort development http://www.abcbirds.org/newsandreports/stories/grenada_resort.html; and EPA bans carbofuran http://www.abcbirds.org/newsandreports/releases/090511.html, a pesticide that has killed millions of birds.
Heron filmed in Grenada, Caribbean. It has learned to fish using bread. Now other species of egrets and herons are watching it and learning. They watch the bread and catch fish, and it is just a matter of time until they too will cast and adjust the bread. At one stage, there were 6 species watching. This could spread throughout the Caribbean. See also pictures of Grenada and wildlife at http://www.natureandpictures.com/