What a year! The coronavirus pandemic is almost a year old, so it is no surprise that the highlights of STENAPA over the year 2020 have this in mind. Imagine planting trees while keeping the necessary distance, or while going hiking, doing night patrols..
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
The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA)’s first Big Live Nature Quiz was recently the start of a fun new creative way to engage kids through e-learning about nature in the Dutch Caribbean. Last week 23 teams of 1-4 kids between 11-14 years
Two weeks of STENAPA Kids Summer Club started on July 27th and ended on August 7th. The first week catered to those aged 8-11 and the second week catered to those 12-15. Each year, the program hopes to encourage a group of….
The latest report of the State of the World’s Sea Turtles is all about our Caribbean sea turtles! You can find us on page 21 and enjoy learning about the sea turtles nearest you.
Since 2002, STENAPA has been monitoring the sea turtles that visit the shores of St Eustatius and the surrounding Marine Park. Nightly patrols help us spot the tracks of hawksbill, green and and leatherback turtles (although….