Community Conservation

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Our community conservation program seeks to provide the tools, trainings, and experiences to foster a greater conservation ethic across The Bahamas and the Caribbean. By growing local capacity in marine conservation, we hope to create more pathways to conservation careers and empower the next generation of ocean stewards. Our goals for this program are to:

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Build capacity for conservation careers in The Bahamas.

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Promote conservation education, awareness, and action through the development of programs and behavior change strategies targeting students and key stakeholders.

3

Engage conservation leaders in our internship, education and volunteer programs.

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Internships

Internships at the Perry Institute provide educational and practical support to students in interested in careers in ocean conservation and stewardship. An internship with us is a great opportunity to hone your skills, gain field experience and train under the world's leading experts in marine biology.

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Reef Rescue Network

We create and manage coral restoration practices within organizations and businesses throughout The Bahamas and the Caribbean. Our goal is to help organizations and businesses see how coral restoration benefits the educational, recreational, economic and scientific agendas of the entire region.

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Education & Outreach

The Life Cycle of the Nassau Grouper

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PIMS Internship Application PDF

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How to Use Antibiotic Paste to Treat "Coral COVID" (Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease)

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Bahamas Coral Reef Report Card - 2020

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Contemporary & Emerging Fisheries in The Bahamas

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IUCN Red List Puzzle: Terrestrial

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IUCN Red List Puzzle: Marine

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The IUCN Red Listing Process: How it Works & What it Means

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Groovy Groupers of The Bahamas

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Nassau Grouper Critically Endangered Poster

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Coral Spawning Predictions - Bahamas 2021

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Stop the Spread of Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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Report Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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Identify Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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2020 PIMS Annual Report

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Improving Coral Spawning Observations in The Bahamas

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STEM Explore Virtual Career Connection with Dr. Karlisa Callwood

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STEM Explore Virtual Career Connection with Dr. Krista Sherman

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Coral Courtesy

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Caribbean Spiny Lobster

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Mangrove Manners

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Reef Rescue Diver – PADI Distinctive Specialty Course

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The Life Cycle of the Nassau Grouper

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Contemporary & Emerging Fisheries in The Bahamas

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The IUCN Red Listing Process: How it Works & What it Means

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Groovy Groupers of The Bahamas

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Nassau Grouper Critically Endangered Poster

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Stop the Spread of Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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Report Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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Identify Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease

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Coral Courtesy

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Caribbean Spiny Lobster

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Elkhorn Coral

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Mangrove Manners

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Parrotfish

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How to Use Antibiotic Paste to Treat "Coral COVID" (Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease)

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Improving Coral Spawning Observations in The Bahamas

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STEM Explore Virtual Career Connection with Dr. Karlisa Callwood

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STEM Explore Virtual Career Connection with Dr. Krista Sherman

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Research

The Perry Institute is a Caribbean non-profit leading community conservation research and public education for more than 50 years. Learn more.

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