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This petition has been signed by Guana Cay natives, Guana Cay expatriates, Bahamians, Guana Cay second homeowners, and other concerned individuals. If you would like to add your name to this list, please send an email with your name and address to:

This is the text in the subject line:
We oppose the Passerine at Abaco/Baker's Bay Club development on the north end of Guana Cay, Abaco, Bahamas. We petition local and central government to stop this proposed mega development. We support Save Guana Cay Reef Association.
Thank you

Photos (Click to expand, check the Message Board for further updated photos)

Dredging: It is not apparent whether the promised silt curtains are in place. Pavilions now in place
Pavilions with crane in background Barge, refinished dock and DLC boats
Baker's Bay equipment, for work that "is only preparatory" Developers stated that they would purchase materials from "Local Providers." These supplies were imported.
Cranes now on site. Earth moving equipment and trailers on beach, during turtle nesting season.
Attorney Fred Smith
talks with reporters in front of Parliament Square in
Leaders and supporters of
the "Save Guana Cay Reef" organization peacefully
protest at Parliament Square in Nassau.
Guana Residents depart for a peaceful demonstration in Nassau The Nassau delegation expects to receive support from residents of other cays
Robert Sweeting is greeted by young and old alike, although only two-hours notice of the meeting was given A Bahamian makes his feelings clear during Robert Sweeting's visit
SGCR T-Shirts have become a common sight on Guana Cay A Bahamian, and Guana Cay resident, voices concern to the media
Fred Smith, counsel to SGCR Lobby, addresses concerned Bahamians and 2nd Homeowners at the Blue Water Grill Guana Fig Tree "Awareness Centre"
Concerned Bahamians and 2nd Homeowners unanimously oppose proposed development at North End of Guana during Feb. 8th meeting. Discovery Land Company: Passerine Master Plan
Renown Reef Authority Michael Risk speaks to Guana residents on Wednesday Feb. 14, 2005 Hi-Resolution Reef Photo
An impressive gathering listens to Mike Risk discuss the environmental impact of this development on a healthy reef. Hi-Resolution Reef Photo
A "stunning" aerial photo of the proposed development site. This photo was taken in February 2005. Feb 2005 photo of Joe's Creek and Crossing Bay.
A Feb 2005 aerial, looking south, of the proposed development site.