On Saturday morning, July 18, 2020, a few humans joined together with smiles on their faces as six captive-born parrots, along with one rehabilitated parrot, stretched their wings for the first time. Echo Foundation
Earlier this week, I made my way down to Bonaire’s southwestern coast, as it had been some time since I was there. I hoped to be able to spot some tern chicks, but what actually happened was much more exciting! As I
They do not sneak in, one by one or two by two, but they seem to arrive en masse! One day they are not here, and it seems that, overnight, the island is mobbed by the arriving gulls and terns. While North American
We are now in countdown-mode for Global Big Day this Saturday, May 9th, 2020! I am a team member of Team Flying Pintails, and I invite you to join me and count birds no matter where you are or your travel
Peter-Paul Schets currently holds the honor of being Bonaire’s top birdwatcher. On his quarterly professional visits to Bonaire, he manages to bird both early mornings and late afternoons, and, at the time of writing, he
We humans have it backward. Females get gussied up with hair, nails, and clothes to impress the males of our species. Instead, we should do as birds do! Let the male attend to all that and he can become a fancy male!