Guest author Peter-Paul Schets already summarized the rare bird sightings for the first half of 2020, but today he speaks about the unusual sightings on Bonaire from July through
The island has several important protected nature reserves, but Bonaire’s freshwater wetlands at the LVV environs, which host the highest amount of observed bird species, are not yet legally
Last week, fall officially opened with the autumn equinox, and it appears that Bonaire’s migrating birds have been following the calendar as well, as many rare birds are arriving on our shores.
With some borders still closed and social distancing the new norm around the world, today’s guest author, Peter-Paul Schets, proves that one can still enjoy birding on Bonaire, even though
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
Although this sighting on Bonaire is not the first vagrant sighting of the White-winged Tern in the Caribbean, it IS the first sighting for the ABC islands–Aruba, Bonaire, or Curacao–so it’s a very