A celebration of the natural history of Trinidad and Tobago and winner of the Environmental Management Authority Greenleaf Award, welcome to “Wild T&T”, the story of the amazing willdlife of the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago.

For the making of Wild T & T, appreciation and credit goes fully to eco-tours operator Stephen Broadbridge and documentary filmmaker Alex de Verteuil who combined their respective talents to produce this forty five minute overview of the Caribbean’s two most richly endowed islands in terms of their flora and fauna.

Copyright – Pearl & Dean (Caribbean) Ltd.
Caribbean Discovery Tours Ltd.
Production 2005.

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