What’s up with St. Martin’s birds after Hurricane Irma? Find out how birds survived Hurricane Irma and what happened next.
Category - Collections
At Amuseum Naturalis we have some very old photos that have become stuck together after getting wet. Can they be saved? Join us as we find out!
Dr. Jay Haviser of SIMARC, the St. Maarten Archaeological Center, presents on the heritage of salt on the island of St. Martin.
The men’s magazine True visits Saba in 1937. Outdated ideas of gender roles aside, this short video captures many aspects of daily life on the...
What is life like on a tiny island after a big hurricane? Come with us to Little Key—an island less than 100 meters long in the Simpson Bay Lagoon in...
We take a quick dip below the surface to check out the state of the sea and our near shore coral reefs in St. Martin after Hurricane Irma.
A Dutch video of the destruction of Hurricane Luis on St. Maarten.
A peek inside one of St. Martin’s most unique habitats, the Grotte du Puits des Terres Basses.
A brushfire at sunset, January 17, 2018. This particular hillside by French Cul-de-Sac burns often, especially during the dry season. In the last...
The team explores Scrub Island, an uninhabited island off the coast of Anguilla.