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Creatures of the Caribbean: Friend or Foe? Part Two

                    Ready to be an island local?  Make sure you’re familiar with these St. Croix creatures . . . Iguanas These...

Creatures of the Caribbean: Friend or Foe? Part One

When you move to St. Croix, you will encounter a new set of animals and bugs that may seem foreign to you.  We don’t write this to scare you away (every island has them), but...

Travel Channel’s REAL Films on St. Croix

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On Wednesday, Shoreline at Chenay Bay hosted a special party for Travel Channel’s show REAL.  The evening included a beach party with music by Kurt Schindler.  The 30-minute...

Discovery Grove Offers Environmental Education to St. Croix Residents and Visitors

Discovery Grove is a rare eco-retreat at Estate Canaan at the base of Blue Mountain, nearest the north shore in St. Croix’s rain forest (though it is slightly short on annual...

Conservation Efforts on St. Croix

                  – Corals Being Restored The Nature Conservancy is leading research on staghorn and elkhorn corals.  Both types...

Sandy Point Sundays

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When you move to St. Croix, you will inevitably hear locals make plans for “Sandy Point Sunday.”  They are referring to Sandy Point Beach on the island’s west end,...

Leave Paradise in its Place

                    St. Croix is a one-of-a-kind paradise, complete with pristine white sand beaches and impressive snorkeling /...

St. Croix Stays Active – Workout Options for Islanders

                    When you live on St. Croix with beautiful weather year-round, it’s easy to stay active and healthy.  The...

Nigel Marven Films Sea Turtle Nesting at Sandy Point

Famed naturalist, film-maker and author Nigel Marven made a visit to St. Croix last weekend to film for a Caribbean conservation documentary.  Marven visited Sandy Point Beach to...

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Begins at Sandy Point

Last weekend was the final chance for islanders to enjoy Sandy Point Beach until it re-opens in September.  An 800-pound leather back sea turtle was on the beach Sunday, a good...