PLANTING HOPE


Echo's My Bonaire Tree program works with local volunteers,
partners and supporters like you to re-establish the diverse native
trees on Bonaire and restore the island to its original splendour.

TREES IN PARADISE


Located in the Leeward Antilles in the Southern Caribbean, the stunning island of
Bonaire balances a delicate ecosystem of dry forests and coral reefs.
It is home to the Yellow-shouldered Amazon parrot, and is one of only
four places in the world where American flamingos breed.

parrot in tree

PARROTS and PEOPLE


Echo is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the
Yellow-shouldered Amazon Parrot on the island of Bonaire - a parrot
population under serious threat from habitat loss
and degradation, as well as poaching.

ADOPT YOUR TREE


Help plant a new generation of hope for
the wildlife and people of Bonaire!

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Over the last two and a half centuries, Bonaire's unique dry forest habitat has changed dramatically. This gradual degradation has far reaching implications for the animals - and people - who inhabit the island. Most notably, the endangered Yellow-shouldered Amazon parrot ("Lora") is currently Vulnerable (IUCN) to the threat of extinction.

By Adopting a Tree, you are helping to ensure the survival of species that rely on the forests, and a more sustainable livelihood for the people of Bonaire.

TOP YOUR TREE IS WAITING...
ADOPT NOW!