On World Wetlands Day, the Bonaire Junior Rangers will present a petition to island governmental officials calling for the sustainable management of Bonaire’s wetlands.
A cruise ship steamed into the Port of Kralendijk and docked in town. Unknown to immigration officials at that time, a very special stow-away was on board. For the three days preceding the ship’s arrival on Bonaire, a
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
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
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
Over 108 volunteers left their cozy beds in the wee hours of January 25, 2020, to help with the annual parrot count, conducted each year by Echo Conservation Centre to gauge the population of Bonaire’s Yellow-