BirdsCaribbean welcomes renewed support for Dominica’s native parrots — Repeating Islands

A report from Dominica News Online. BirdsCaribbean, an international network of members and partners committed to conserving Caribbean birds and their habitats in the Caribbean, is supporting what the organization says are Dominica’s plans to launch new efforts to protect the Sisserou and Jaco parrots. Both species are rare and live nowhere else in the […]

BirdsCaribbean welcomes renewed support for Dominica’s native parrots — Repeating Islands

About Aruba — Repeating Islands

Aruba Today gives us information about Aruba’s unique landscape, flora, and fauna. Aruba is the smallest, driest and windiest of the three Leeward Islands of the Dutch Caribbean. Despite this, it has a surprisingly varied landscape. The island’s connection, via the continental shelf, to the South American mainland means that Aruba’s flora and fauna are […]

About Aruba — Repeating Islands

Aruba Birdlife Conservation: Return of the Wild — Repeating Islands

Aruba Today (1 May 2020) shares news on the Aruba Birdlife Conservation, an NGO asking for the establishment of a National Nature and Environment Committee. The Aruba Birdlife Conservation is a nature NGO established on Aruba who is requesting the Aruba government, as soon as possible, to install a National Nature and Environment Committee. This […]

Aruba Birdlife Conservation: Return of the Wild — Repeating Islands

The first human settlers on islands caused bird extinctions — Repeating Islands

A report from Science Daily. Fossil records depict devastating effect of humans on birds in the Bahamas Though some believe prehistoric humans lived in harmony with nature, a new analysis of fossils shows human arrival in the Bahamas caused some birds to be lost from the islands and other species to be completely wiped out. […]

The first human settlers on islands caused bird extinctions — Repeating Islands

21 critically endangered Jamaican iguanas released into wild — Repeating Islands

A report from Jamaica’s Observer. The Jamaican Iguana Recovery Programme released 21 critically endangered Jamaican iguanas in the Hellshire Hills in St Catherine on Tuesday. In a series of tweet documenting the moment, the programme said that to date 489 individuals have been released back into the wild. The Hope Zoo programme said the iguanas […]

21 critically endangered Jamaican iguanas released into wild — Repeating Islands

A Decade After Deepwater Horizon, Gulf Wildlife Still Impacted, BP’s Penalties Funding Largest Ecosystem Restoration Effort in U.S. History — Wild Open Eye – Natural Vision, News from Wild Open Eye

NWF Press Release (NEW ORLEANS April 7, 2020) — The National Wildlife Federation report from Restore The Gulf website summarizes the latest information available about ten wildlife species that were affected by the “ecosystem-level injury to the northern Gulf of Mexico.” as well as the restoration efforts underway — what constitutes the largest ecosystem restoration […]

A Decade After Deepwater Horizon, Gulf Wildlife Still Impacted, BP’s Penalties Funding Largest Ecosystem Restoration Effort in U.S. History — Wild Open Eye – Natural Vision, News from Wild Open Eye

Coral spawning predictions for the South Caribbean — Repeating Islands

The Curaçao Chronicle reports that the Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity (CARMABI) has released its annual coral spawning prediction calendar for the southern Caribbean…. This calendar plays a central role in studying the reproductive biology of Caribbean corals and guiding coral restoration efforts for the southern Dutch Caribbean islands. Based off these predictions, researchers […]

Coral spawning predictions for the South Caribbean — Repeating Islands

Coral spawning predictions for the South Caribbean — Repeating Islands

The Curaçao Chronicle reports that the Caribbean Research and Management of Biodiversity (CARMABI) has released its annual coral spawning prediction calendar for the southern Caribbean…. This calendar plays a central role in studying the reproductive biology of Caribbean corals and guiding coral restoration efforts for the southern Dutch Caribbean islands. Based off these predictions, researchers […]

Coral spawning predictions for the South Caribbean — Repeating Islands

BioNews writes about the recently-published Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire (STCB) 2019 annual report. “Last year marked an important year as new research provided insight into local green and hawksbill turtle populations. Understanding annual shifts and long-term trends for these turtles will provide key information to designing conservation strategies for the future.” STCB works to collect […]

via Sea Turtle Conservation Bonaire: A Year in Review — Repeating Islands