Looking for great images of Caribbean wildlife, landscapes and heritage? Download our free screensaver and desktop wallpaper collections, conveniently sized for your monitor or television.
Screensaver and Desktop Wallpaper Images
Statia: Set One
Enjoy a selection of 24 wildlife and landscape images as your desktop wallpaper or screen saver on your computer. These images are available as a free download in three sizes so you can pick the one that best matches your screen. Standard screen is for classic desktop monitors, widescreen is for widescreen TV shaped screens and retina is a high-resolution in the dimensions of widescreen laptops like the MacBook.
St. Martin Birds
Get some feathered friends on your desktop. This collection commemorates Les Fruits de Mer becoming the first institutional members of BirdsCaribbean in the French Caribbean. These 24 images feature birds seen on St. Martin.
1. Black-necked Stilt
2. Great Egret
4. Snowy Egret
5. Eurasian Collared Dove
6. Immature Yellow-crowned Night Heron
7. Gray Kingbird
8. Yellow Warbler
9. Ruddy Turnstone
10. Snowy Egret
11. Royal Tern, Sandwich Tern
12. Green Heron
13. Killdeer, Semipalmated Plover, Least Sandpiper
14. Brown Pelican
15. Sugar Bird (Bananaquit)
16. Ruddy Duck
17. Carib Grackle
18. Mountain Dove (Zenaida Dove)
19. Caribbean Coot
20. Juvenile Yellow-crowned Night Heron
21. Laughing Gull
22. Brown Pelican
23. Carib Grackle
24. Black-necked Stilt
Screensaver and Desktop Wallpaper Instructions:
Mac: Download and unzip the folder of wallpapers. Place the folder in a convenient location. Launch System Preferences and select Desktop and Screen Saver. To us as desktops, use the + button to add the folder. Choose Fill Screen if it is not already selected. You can choose how often the image changes. To use the images as a Screen Saver, choose the Statia Desktops folder as the source on the right and your choice of effect on the left. “Classic” will simply cycle through the images. If there are any images you don’t want to use, just delete them from the folder.
Windows: Download and unzip the folder of wallpapers. Place the folder in a convenient location. Change Desktop Wallpaper and Change Screen Saver are both located in the Control Panel. The exact steps to use these images as wallpaper or screen saver may depend on your version of Windows.