BioNews 19-2018 Dutch Caribbean Newsletter
BioNews is a newsletter produced by the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA) which focuses on science and conservation in the Dutch Caribbean. BioNews provides regular updates on science and nature projects as well as overviews of on-going research and monitoring efforts, long term projects, recent reports and publications.
In BioNews 19 you will find articles on:
- Coral Restoration Bonaire
- St. Eustatius: Bridled Quail-Dove Population Continues Declining
- Two Dutch Caribbean Tagged Tiger Sharks Follow Similar Migration Patterns in the Caribbean
- St Maarten: Adopt a Shark Program
- Erosion around Kralendijk, Bonaire
- Crowned Slaty Flycatcher: another new bird for Bonaire and for the Kingdom of the Netherlands
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*This newsletter was published by DCNA and funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality (LNV).