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Birds of Bonaire
(click on thumbnail for full-size image)
There are more than 190 species of birds in Bonaire, including tons of flamingos. Most of these pictures were taken driving through Washington-Slagbaai National Park on the north end of the island. Near one fresh water spring, the birds were completely unafraid of us and came right up to us - we hoped it wasn't because they had been fed by humans.

Hundreds of flamingos on the lake (click for bigger image)

Bonaire is known for its large population of pink flamingos

Laughing Gull by the ocean

Parrots perching on cactus - typically you hear them before you see them

Closeup of a parrot in the National Park

Green Heron

Brightly colored Troupial near a freshwater spring in the National Park

Yellow Warbler curiously checking out our rearview mirror

Yellow Warbler

Ruddy Turnstone foraging for food at an outdoor restaurant

Copyright 2001 - Ann Mei Chang