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
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.