For magic to happen, it requires great birds, as can be found during migration seasons, but it also requires great birders, the ones who come together with a common passion and are open to
eBird and Observation reviewer, guest author Peter-Paul Schets provides his semi-annual summary of the rare bird sightings on Bonaire during the first six months of 2021.
This past week found two exceptionally rare bird sightings on Bonaire: A Wattled Jacana, only the second sighting in history, and the first Blue-and-white Swallow, a new bird for
Something strange has occurred this year–the counts from birders along the Atlantic Flyway indicate that northern-headed Red Knots are way down from previous years. What happened? Where
With the spring migration season well underway, birders on Bonaire are seeing some great sightings, such as a Northern Parula and even a Scarlet Tanager in bright red breeding plumage! But a bird
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