El Gavilán de La Hispaniola, Buteo ridgwayi, es la especie más amenazada de esta isla.
Thomas Hayes es un estadounidense, biólogo de The Peregrin Fund, que tiene más de diez años en el país estudiando a una de las aves más hermosas y amenazadas de esta isla, el gavilán de La Hispaniola. Durante un recorrido por las instalaciones de Grupo Puntacana, mostró a Diario Libre cada uno de los nidos de gavilanes de esta temporada de reproducción que terminó hace poco.
While this will come as a shock to many of my friends in the US and Canada who are forced to contend with blizzards and freezing pipes, here at PUNTACANA we are gearing up for our annual Sun & Fun Golf Tournament on Saturday, March 21. This event promises both sun and fun, and best of all the proceeds from the tournament go to a great cause - helping the junior golf program for at-risk children in the nearby town of Veron.
We've been very vocal about our Foundations and their efforts at bettering conditions and overall well-being of the Dominican Republic. Earlier this year we posted about The Ecological Foundation's "Fuentes de Vida" project and we are very pleased to share the video made in order to explain "Fuentes de Vida".
Every year since 1996 the Puntacana Foundation has organized a gala and concert in the town of Higüey featuring music performed by the National Symphony Orchestra and Choir.
As you have probably noticed from the last few weeks, we take anniversaries very seriously around here, and the 45th is a big one for us. While we looked at the "Grupo PUNTACANA With The Community" Project last week, something that we are very proud of, I would like to talk a little about...
Visitors may be interested to learn that Punta Cana specifically started out as our company’s name, a brand created in the early 1970s by Frank Rainieri, for a piece of land originally called Punta Borrachón (Drunkard’s Point).
In addition to restoring the staghorn coral population, the PUNTACANA Ecological Foundation has another project that is near and dear to our hearts: sea turtle preservation.
Our Foundations have united yet again for another wonderfully rewarding project entitled, “Fuentes de Vida” which translates to “Source of Life”. Water is in fact a source of life, it not only provides hydration
When thinking of a company one most definitely does not attach it to the idea of a resort. When thinking of a resort one most definitely does not think of Zero Waste initiatives and recycling.
Operación Puntacana, an underwater archeological project created four years ago by Fundacion Puntacana and the Ministry of Culture in the Dominican Republic, has worked vigorously to enrich our society. The Operation’s objective is to rescue and preserve cultural artifacts left by shipwrecks within the Punta Cana Coastline.
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