“A declaration of five National Parks by the Dutch Government, a new management unit for the world third’s largest submerged coral reef atoll, a new bat conservation team for Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao, successful monitoring sounding the alarm of crisis for an iconic seabird, new shark monitoring and legislation on St. Maarten setting an example for the world…”
These are all just some of the stories for an exciting, challenging and always busy conservation year in the Dutch Caribbean. Browse through the images and read the stories of nature conservation in the region and the highlights of the park management organisations on each of the islands in the 2012 DCNA Annual Report. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to make conservation a reality in the Dutch Caribbean.
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