Discover the unique wildlife of the island of Saint Martin/Sint Maarten in the Netherlands Antilles with vivid colour photos and fascinating descriptions of its mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. The Incomplete Guide to the Wildlife of Saint Martin includes commonly-seen species, animals that are found only on this island, and many strange and unusual creatures that are seldom spotted anywhere. Based on over three years of fieldwork, this entertaining book combines scientific, cultural and historical research to tell the story of the fauna of St. Martin, and their relationship with the island and its people. This revised and expanded second edition includes over 500 colour photographs, and special sections about the diverse habitats on the island, island ecology, and the history of biological research on Saint Martin. It is the perfect introduction to the island's wildlife for people of all ages who are curious about the natural world around them.
Mark Yokoyama is a resident of Saint Martin, an island in the Lesser Antilles. A lifelong nature enthusiast, he has spent the last year studying and photographing the wildlife of Saint Martin. Like many islands around the world, Saint Martin is home to unique fauna due to its isolation, and has provided an ideal location for in-depth study. His other passions include snorkeling and scuba diving.