Day: January 7, 2020

DoE asks residents to help document ‘King Tides’

7 January – At certain times, coastal areas around the world will report much higher than normal tidal surges known as perigean spring tides or ‘King Tides’, caused by  several factors including the proximity and alignment of the sun and moon to the Earth. (Graphic courtesy of the US National Ocean Service) In 2020, King

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Green Iguana cull continues in 2020

6 January – The Cayman Islands Green Iguana Cull Project will continue in 2020 and all participating cullers will be required to renew their cull registrations in January. Registration renewals will begin on 6 January, 2020 at the George Town Landfill counting station and continue until the end of January. Participants are asked to bring

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