Bird-wise, 2021 closed with a bang, with at least two new birds for Bonaire, and several birds that were observed that had been recorded only once or twice before. In contrast to the first six
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
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