Bahamaian Government to Protect 14 Bonefish Habitat Areas Identified by BTT

For decades BTT has been hard at work in the Bahamas fighting to identify and protect important areas of bonefish habitat, and recently, the Bahamian government made the decision to protect over a dozen new sites the BTT identified during their studies. The new protected areas will include ” bonefish pre-spawning aggregation sites, home ranges, juvenile habitat, and migration pathways”, according to the BTT.

You can read more about the protections and the importance of bonefish habitat conservation, here!

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