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Iguanas, orchids featured at UK talks

By: Joe Shooman | joe@cfp.ky24 September 2010 The rare ghost orchid and threatened blue iguana will be central to talks by experts in London. On 28 September, talks will be given by experts to guests invited to a Cayman Islands event at a newspaper office in London. It was set up by the Department of […]
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New book illustrates Cayman flora

By: Jewel Levy | jewel@cfp.ky26 October, 2012 The Cayman Islands Ministry of Environment as well as the government’s Department of Environment celebrated a new book on Cayman flora with a viewing at the National Gallery on Monday in Grand Cayman. The full colour version is a total revision of the first edition by George R. […]
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Operational changes in store for Botanic Park

02 August, 2011 Visitors to The Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park should prepare for some changes coming at the beginning of August. Effective 1 August, 2011, the ticket booth at the park will be relocated at the visitor’s centre, becoming the new location where visitors may purchase entry tickets. However, the parking system will still […]
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HSBC promotes environmental awareness

27 July, 2011 HSBC Cayman volunteers and their families assisted the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park with weeding, watering and planting in support of World Environment Day 2011. World Environment Day was developed by the United Nations in 1972 and takes place each year in June. This year’s theme “The Hidden Value of Forests” focused […]
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Park cart eases visits

By: Carol Winker05 February, 2009 People with mobility problems are able to see attractions they would otherwise never be able to get to because one woman loves to visit the Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park. Botanic Park general manager John Lawrus chauffeurs Ms Yolande Andrews and backseat passenger Ms Carol Harford for the golf carts inaugural […]
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