Viewing post #92656 by HollyAnnS
|I would love to see big schools of fish. I would love to go to Bonaire, too. I use to watch the Reefcam on Bonaire but it has been a couple of years since I checked it out not sure they have a Reefcam anymore. It was an underwater camera and you could watch the fish swim by. So cool. I just went there and I saw several locations for webcams none of them were the Reef Cam. I have seen a few rays from time to time in open water but not a lot of them. Once on a wall dive we saw an eagle ray off the wall out in the big blue. He was out there just at the edge of our vision. You could just tell what he was and that he was there. I was hoping that he would circle around and comeback a little closer in but he didn't. We had Rays at the Aquarium a couple of really big ones a couple of pelagic rays and lots of the little friendly cow nose rays. We use to do a hand feeding show and they would flock you just like soft winged birds. Sometimes they would suck on your face mask and you could look right down into their mouths. One of my favorite jobs. They have a swim with the sharks program and I took both of my sons Jamie and Josh one year as a present. After you snorkel thru the shark tank you go into a separate stingray pool. Here is Josh feeding the cownose rays.
Life is Great! Holly
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