Bonaire is a small Caribbean island renowned for its crystal-clear waters and vibrant marine life. One of the island’s most prized inhabitants is the Caribbean lobster, … Continue reading Night Life – Bonaire
The Smooth Trunkfish is a member of the Ostraciidae (Boxfish) family. It is found throughout the Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico and subtropical parts of the western Atlantic Ocean. Smooth Trunkfish use their protuberant lips to expel a jet of … Continue reading Fish of the Week: Smooth Trunkfish
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and happiness in the New Year! * The underwater image above was taken in … Continue reading Merry Christmas!
A few days ago, a friend asked if I ever observed a fish eat another fish while on a dive. “Of course“, I answered. And I continued to elaborated that I have witnessed and captured on video several fish during … Continue reading Moray Eels on the Hunt
The Spotted Eagle Ray is one of my favorite in the ray family. Spotted Eagle Rays are one of the most distinctive species of rays due to the white spots and ring across their dorsal surface and triangular disc or “wings”. Continue reading Observing Spotted Eagle Rays
Bonaire is one of my favorite islands in the Caribbean for shore diving. Bonaire is located in the southwestern region of the Caribbean, very close to Venezuela. The region is also referred to as the Lesser Antilles. It’s also part … Continue reading Bonaire: A Shore Diving Jewel in the Caribbean