We invite and welcome any participants who want to combine vacation with doing the right thing for their reefs!Find out more »
For a fascinating bird outing in Bonaire, the sewage treatment plant is the place to go! Because it has a constant supply of fresh water (well, sort of fresh), many bird species frequent this area. A rich variety of bird species has been spotted there, including the Lesser Scaup and Southern Lapwings. Peter-Paul Schets, a birding enthusiast visiting Bonaire, was at LVV recently and spotted a Pied Water Tyrant. Knowing this was unusual, he took a photo of this flycatcher…Find out more »
Trash on our coasts and in our oceans creates huge problems. Not only for our health and local economy, but also the health of the creatures that live in these eco-systems.
Join STINAPA and VIP Diving and help keep our coast clean.
Get to know more about bats on Saturday evening at the STINAPA Headquarters and afterwards a visit to a cave in the area.Find out more »
STINAPA invites the Bonairian community to come and join them on a nature walk from 6 to 9 pm, and have some healthy fun under the full moon.Find out more »
Learn about the birds we have on our island. You will be astonished by the diversity of birds we have on Bonaire.Find out more »
Experience a debate by the STINAPA Junior Rangers about a topic they have chosen.Find out more »
Join STINAPA’s Marine Park Manager and Assistant Biologist in a talk about the reef damage from Hurricane Matthew.Find out more »