Posted by on Jun 22, 2016 in Blog, Non-profit | No Comments
The staff of BFREE works hard all year to ensure the running of the BFREE field station. They make certain that it is maintained, properly functioning and that all visitors are kept safe, fed, and happy during their visit. BFREE staff members also play a large role as site guides, educators and researchers.  For most staff, traveling […]

Chocolate and Beer Tasting with BFREE

Posted by on Jun 22, 2016 in Blog, Uncategorized | No Comments
Over 100 supporters joined BFREE on April 21st to help us put the FUN in fundraiser. BFREE hosted “BIRDS, CHOCOLATE & FORESTS: CONSERVATION EFFORTS CONNECTING THE US TO CENTRAL AMERICA,”  in Gainesville, Florida, the home of the US for BFREE office. The event took place at First Magnitude, one of the most loved craft breweries […]

“Wings of Hope” premiere in Gainesville, Florida

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in Bird Conservation, Blog, Research | No Comments
In US for BFREE’s home town of Gainesville, Florida our documentary “Wings of Hope” was shown at the 7th annual Cinema Verde International Film Festival. The festival showcased over 30 films from around the world with a goal “to increase public awareness about environmental practices that enhance public health and that improve the quality of […]

Student Spotlight

Posted by on Mar 14, 2016 in Bird Conservation, Blog, Research | No Comments
BFREE Program Coordinator, Tyler Sanville, Interviews UNC Wilmington Graduate Student, James Abbott Tyler: Hi James, can you tell us a little bit about yourself? James: I’m James Abbott, originally from Yorktown, VA but I have been in Wilmington, NC since 2008. I am a second year graduate student in the Environmental Studies Department at UNCW concentrating […]

Rotary Wheeling to BFREE

Posted by on Mar 11, 2016 in Blog, Education | No Comments
By Caitlin Addison-Howard, Rotary Toilet Project Coordinator Our group of Rotarians from Corozal Rotary Club #1794 was charged with bringing back information on a working composting toilet design. The toilet needed to meet a few requirements: low or no water use, a model that would improve the general health of students and an inexpensive and […]