Nature


Nature

 

OUR NATURE

  • The Yellow Trumpet fish

    The Yellow Trumpet fish

    The Yellow Trumpet fish The Yellow Trumpet fish (aulostomus maculatus) is a ray-finned fish from the family of trumpet fish (Aulostomidae) order pipefishes (SYNGNATHIFORMES), which occurs in the west, east and west of the Atlantic. Aulostomus maculatus can reach a maximum length of 100 centimeters. The body of the fish has an elongated shape. The […]
  • Frigate bird Large bird

    Frigate bird Large bird

    Frigate bird Large bird The Frigate bird is one of the largest birds flying around St Maarten. An adult male has a wingspan of nearly two meters! They have a easy recognizable silhouette in the sky, due to their forked tail. The male is distinguished by a red throat pouch, which swells enormously in the mating […]
  • Caribbean Nature Alliance

    Caribbean Nature Alliance

    Caribbean Nature Alliance Welcome to our network for nature conservation. The Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance is a regional network of protected areas. The DCNA assists support offers to the park management and conservation organizations on the Caribbean islands. namely: Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, Saba, Sint Eustatius, and Stint Maarten. Together we work to preserve our unique nature. […]
  • NATURE SXM St Maarten Martin

    NATURE SXM St Maarten Martin

    NATURE SXM St Maarten Martin NATURE SXM St Maarten Martin Anse Marcel In the far north of the island is Anse Marcel, with the Riu hotel. Also a nature reserve and a number of beautiful hiking trails, which makes it more interesting to stay here. Interior Pic Paradis is the highest mountain in St Maarten. […]
  • Green Iguana from SXM

    Green Iguana from SXM

    Green Iguana from SXM The Green Iguana from SXM or Common Iguana (Iguana iguana) is a large, arboreal herbivorous species of lizard of the genus Iguana native to Central, South America, and the Caribbean. The green iguana ranges over a large geographic area, from southern Brazil and Paraguay as far north as Mexico and the Caribbean […]