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Prikichi declared Aruba national bird

The Parke Nacional Arikok is seeking to hire 5 new staff members

Caribbean Birding Trail training on Bonaire

Twenty-two Caribbean Birding Trail Guides were certified on Bonaire in September 2016 at the end of an intense week long training workshop. Participants came from Bonaire,

Radar surveys of Audubon’s Shearwater

This innovative project demonstrated that the radar technique is an efficient tool to study birds like the elusive Audubon’s Shearwater.

Red-billed Tropicbird

The Red-billed Tropicbird (Phaethon aethereus) spends most of its life flying over open ocean, plunge-diving for fish and squid and is rarely seen on land.

Yellow-shouldered Amazon

The Yellow-shouldered Amazon (Amazona barbadensis), or lora, is a beautiful parrot that has found a special place in the heart of many Bonaireans.

Bridled Quail-dove

The Bridled-quail Dove (Geotrygon mystacea) is a beautiful dove species that inhabits some of our islands.

Brown-throated Parakeet

Has a flash of bright yellow-green caught your attention on any of the ABC islands? It must have been the Brow-throated Parakeet (Aratinga pertinax).
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