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Sunrise hike to the top of Bonaire Here’s another chance to climb to the highest point of the island! Due to the high demand, STINAPA presents another opportunity to climb the Brandaris at sunrise on Sunday April 15th, 2018. Have you ever experienced sunrise at the top of Bonaire? There will be a hike to the highest point of Bonaire with a STINAPA guide on Sunday April 15. Be at the entrance of The Washington Slagbaai National Park no later…Find out more »
Connecting people with nature: Sargassum – From Golden, Floating Rainforest to Stinking, Rotting Death-Trap; The What, Where, and Why of this Seaweed presented by STINAPA Biologist Caren Eckrich STINAPA biologist Caren Eckrich will host these evenings. With over 20 years of experience in the Caribbean, Caren will present interesting and challenging topics on Bonaire’s nature. Host speakers from around the globe are also given the opportunity to share their presentations. Everyone is welcome and it’s free! More details will follow soon.Find out more »
Join our Junior Rangers and staff for the coastal clean up at Morotin.
This area is on the east coast and therefore lots of plastic washes up on the beach. This plastic debris washing in from the Atlantic ocean is unsightly but also harmful to the intertidal marine life, so this area needs to be cleaned regularly to keep it from filling up completely with trash.Find out more »
Bon Doet Beach Clean Up Primary Schools. This week Wednesday morning , April 25th, from 8.30 to 10.00, the STINAPA BonDoet school coastal clean up will take place at the east coast between MarCultura and the first bridge/Cargill inlet. This clean up was originally planned for BonDoet in March, but due to the Sargassum incident during that period, all resources within STINAPA and volunteers were geared towards removing the seaweed from the beaches. However, STINAPA re-scheduled the coastal clean up with…Find out more »
First results of the Echo Reforestation Monitoring study; an analysis of growth data and survival rates of all native trees planted in the reforestation areas Name presenter: Nils Buisman, Msc. student Forest and Nature Conservation, Wageningen University Summary: Echo will present the first results of this ongoing monitoring project, including data on growth and survival rates of thousands of native trees, planted on Bonaire as part of the Echo reforestation project, funded and initiated by OLB. This project aims at…Find out more »
Please come and join to keep Bonaire’s beaches debris free!Find out more »
Join our Junior Rangers and staff in the regular clean up of the adopted beach at Lagun. This area is important for wildlife and it has some mangroves on the shores. Plastic debris washing in from the Atlantic ocean so this area needs to be cleaned regularly to keep it from filling in with trash. Bring water shoes and a hat. Plastic bags will be provided.Find out more »
STINAPA Junior Rangers will be awarded with their certificates and their new ranks. These youngsters have a heart for nature and come together twice a week for the entire schoolyear to learn about nature. The STINAPA Junior Rangers are an example for the Caribbean Region. STINAPA and Junior Rangers are getting invitations from countries in the region with the request to help set up a similar program. The program is based on 3 important principals: Motivation, a common goal, and…Find out more »
Sunday July 1st Washington-Slagbaai National Park will have her annual open house. Admission on this day is free.
It is an annual tradition that STINAPA holds an open house for the Bonaire community.
As usual, there will be a variety of food and beverages and lot sof fun activities.