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The trust has through the years
made its mark on every aspect of the
Over 86 species are recorded within
the trust, breeding naturally in the
forested and lake areas there.
It is a peaceful haven where mem-
bers and visitors can relax and learn.
It is a perfect place for birders,
botanists, photographers and
researchers. Several natural walks and
interpretive trails cross the domain of
the trust, including Faerie Woods,
Forest Walk, and Devil s Ear Trail, and
here it is possible to learn about some
of the species that exist in our forests
and wetlands and about the linkages
between them, our wildlife and our-
A boardwalk for the disabled sur-
rounds part of the trust s main breed-
The trust s aviculture programmes
cover the breeding of five locally-
endangered species of waterfowl (wild
ducks) as well as T&T s national bird,
the Scarlet Ibis, and the blue and gold
Over the years, the trust has bred
and released a few thousand birds.
The main building, the Learning
Centre, houses information dealing
with living organisms and their habi-
tats, a unique shell collection and a
small but comprehensive Amerindian
Petrea Place, the trust s nature
retreat and full-service guesthouse
opened in 2004, provides a scenic and
harmonious environment for retreats,
corporate workshops and seminars.
It is a serene place for visitors to
enjoy breakfast, lunch, tea and din-
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The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl
Trust is celebrating its 50th
anniversary and is marking this
significant achievement with a
series of events scheduled to
begin this week and ending
To help mark this momentous
Baroness Patricia Janet Scotland
of Asthal, PC, QC, who was
recently elected secretary-general
of the Commonwealth, on
November 27 in Malta, and the
first woman to hold this post in
the 66 years of the Common-
wealth s history, will be the trust s
feature speaker at Petrea Place,
Petrotrin Complex, Pointe-a-
Pierre, on Tuesday.
The event starts at 4 pm.
President Anthony Carmona is
also scheduled to give an address
and presentation at the trust s
50th anniversary first-day cover.
Also carded to give remarks at
the event is Prime Minister Dr
Maria Rivera, senior adviser---
Americas, Ramsar secretariat,
which oversees international
cooperation on wetlands conser-
vation, will give greetings at the
Petrotrin president Fitzroy
Harewood will give greetings and
remarks, and the trust s president,
Molly Gaskin, will give the wel-
come and remarks.
For further information contact
Molly Gaskin at 678-3515/321-
Wildfowl Trust: A haven
of beauty and diversity
The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl
Trust was founded in 1966.
It is a national, not-for-profit
environmental organisation ded-
icated to environmental educa-
tion, public awareness and the
research, breeding and re-intro-
duction into the wild of locally
endangered waterfowl species and
other wetland birds.
As an inland, freshwater habitat
encompassing approximately 32
hectares and two lakes, the trust
is uniquely situated within a
major petro-chemical and oil-
refining complex, making it the
only one in the world.
It is also the second oldest, fol-
lowing the founding of the Wild-
fowl & Wetlands Trust in Slim-
In 1979, the trust pioneered
environmental education with
both outreach and in-house pro-
grammes with schools in T&T,
which continue up to today.
The trust promotes and lobbies
for the protection of the country s
biodiversity, the judicious use of
its natural assets and improved
environmental policies which
Pretending that they were seeking jobs, two gun-
men entered Caribbean Cinemas 10 and robbed
employees of more than $13,000 in cash and per-
sonal items on Friday.
According to police, Kevin Richardson, 23, the
manager of the company s South Park branch, at
Michael Rahael Boulevard, San Fernando, was in his
office with operations manager Rael Jagessar, 35, and
electrician Indarsingh Soorjan, 40.
Around 10.15 am, the gunmen, dressed in coveralls,
knocked at the door and said they were looking for
However, as they entered the office, one of them
pulled out a gun. Jagessar was forced to open the
Baroness Scotland to attend Wild Fowl
Trust's 50th anniversary celebration
Employees robbed at Caribbean Cinemas 10
Baroness Patricia Scotland
vault at gunpoint and handed over the $5,000 that
was secured inside. She was then robbed of her
mobile phone valued $4,000 and $700 in cash.
Richardson was robbed of his mobile phone valued
$3,000 and $40 in cash, while Soorjan was robbed
of his cell phone valued $200 and $200 in cash. The
men then ran off.
Mon Repos police were called in and a search was
started, but up to yesterday the men were not found.
Cpl Dinoo is continuing investigations.
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