Bait Balls- Bonaire

Bonaire

On November 29th November, 2021 the DCNA conducted an aerial survey to investigate the bait balls on the East Coast of Bonaire. The team recorded hundreds of skipjack tuna and various seabirds, species of shark, spinner dolphin and the definite highlight; various individual Brydes whales feeding.

Data has been shared with STINAPA Bonaire, observation.org and the Dutch Caribbean Biodiversity Database (DCBD). Video credit: Casper Douma Photography

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These sightings have been stored in Observation.org.

Species reports by local communities and tourists are invaluable for nature conservation efforts to help increase public awareness and overall species protection.  

You can report your nature sightings and photos on the website www.Observation.org or download the free apps (iPhone (iObs) & Android (ObsMapp)). You can also send your information to research@DCNAnature.org for support with getting your data stored. 

 

 

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