Our wildlife education nonprofit developed the Caribbean's first artisanal rum inspired by nature and infused with the natural heritage of the islands. The rums are flavored with 100% natural, 100% sustainable ingredients, handcrafted in small batches on the island of St. Martin.
Someone loaned us a house for the season and we made a small natural history museum. Admission is free, our exhibits are focused on Caribbean flora and fauna (it is located in Grand Case, St. Martin) and we are producing short films to show in our theater space at the museum. [more inside]
I've been spending the last few months putting together this festival-on-a-cruise-ship. It's three nights in the Caribbean, and three huge shows. Two comedy, one music. The music show's got John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats, Nellie McKay, John Roderick and Dan Deacon. The comedy shows have (among others) John Hodgman, Al Madrigal, Marc Maron, Maria Bamford, Nick Thune, Kristen Schaal, Kurt Braunohler and Josie Long.
I study wildlife on the island of St. Martin in the Lesser Antilles. I created this web site to showcase the fauna of the island and to give people a place to download a book I wrote about it, and other research that I've done. Even though they're fascinating, little islands are often under-studied and poorly understood. I'm trying to change that for St. Martin.
The Bonaire Animal Shelter in the Caribbean is working on a series of 12 video's about the cats and dogs that live in the shelter on the island of Bonaire. Every month the shelter will release a new video. The first video was made to promote the happy cats and dogs of the Animal Shelter of Bonaire. The second video is about the difference between an ordinary Bonaire shelter dog and a spoiled rich Miami pooch. [more inside]