Diadema are long-spined sea urchins. They are important herbivores that graze on algae, that could overgrow the slow-growing corals on the reef. Their impact on the health of the reef is so great that several projects have focus on
During this 2021 DCNA Convention on Curacao, Youth will again be engaged to share their ideas and discuss matters related to nature conservation, climate change and the impact this has and…
Have you seen any whales between Statia and St Kitts and Nevis? Fort de Windt at Whitewall and the Whale Lookout Spot at the Miriam C Schmidt Botanical Garden are great lookout spots. You can visit these areas frequently, during the upcoming weeks, for a chance viewing of these majestic marine mammals.
Marion Schroen has explored Nature on Statia and has written a trail guide to help you do the same! STENAPA appreciates the passion that went into both the hikes and the production of this work. Get your hands on a copy and start your exploration of St. Eustatius’ National Parks. The book ‘Walking on St. Eustatius’ is for anyone..
The Quill is unique in the region as a perfect example of an ash volcano. The last eruption of The Quill was prehistoric and occurred before settlement of the island by Salidoid Indians, probably 1550 years before present. The unique form took shape during the
View our past newsletters to stay updated! ReforeStatia – What has the ReforeStatia team been up to recently? Marine Park – What are our latest projects? General – Terrestrial Park, Miriam C Schmidt Botanical Garden, Education and Outreach. Annual Wrap Up