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May 2020

American Flamingos are commonly observed on Bonaire.

May Global Big Day, 2020

May 9
All Around Bonaire,

Save the date for the May Global Big Day!

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July 2020

Bonaire's Yellow-shouldered Amazon Parrot.

Parrot Roost Count

July 25 @ 5:30 AM - 10:30 AM AST
All Around Bonaire,

Echo Foundation will be holding a second Parrot Roost Count on Saturday, July 25th, 2020 from 6:00 to 8:00 AM to gauge Bonaire's parrot population after the main breeding season. For those who would like to help out with the count, there is a training session, where the Echo team will not only explain how the count will happen exactly, but will also determine who will go to which site during the official count. Are you unavailable to visit the…

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September 2020

The Spotted Sandpiper, commonly found on Bonaire.

World Shorebirds Day

September 3 - September 9
All Around Bonaire,

While World Shorebirds Day is Sunday, September 6th, 2020, this year’s Global Shorebird Count will take place from September 3 through 9, 2020. All across the Caribbean, birders will be compiling checklists from island to island and recording them on eBird Caribbean. Our migratory shorebirds are more vulnerable than ever, threatened by human activities that have changed their habitat. Most species of shorebirds are in decline around the world.

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February 2021

Two Reddish Egrets, hunting in a wetland on Bonaire.

World Wetlands Day

February 2, 2021 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM AST
All Around Bonaire,

Come and celebrate World Wetlands Day today as we enjoy birdwatching in some of Bonaire's best wetlands!

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The Yellow-shouldered Parrot is a common visitor to Bonaire backyards.

Great Backyard Bird Count

February 12, 2021 - February 15, 2021
All Around Bonaire,

This is the time when bird watchers of all ages around the world come together to count birds and create a real-time snapshot of where birds are and this great citizen-science is as easy as 1-2-3! 1. Create a free eBird account if you have never participated in the Great Backyard Bird Count or any other Cornell Lab citizen-science project. If you already created an account for the GBBC in the past, or if you’re already registered with eBird or another…

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