There are a lot of interesting bugs and caterpillars on the island at this time of year. One example is this stunning Tetrio Sphinx. You will most often find it feeding on the tender green leaves of the local Frangipani bushes. In its adult form, itis a large drab grey moth that is found in the American tropics and subtropics.
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Anguilla has been experiencing some interesting weather recently. However, this has not diminished the birding experience. Nature Explorers Anguilla found this amazing Wilson’s Phalarope feeding among Lesser Yellowlegs, Stilt Sandpipers and resident Killdeer on West End Pond.
The Wilson’s Phalarope is a scarce visitor to Anguilla seen generally in the month of September. This species spends most of the year in North America but winters in South America. The predominantly white winter plumage makes it stand out from other birds in the flock.
If you would like to experience our island’s rich biodiversity, come take a walk on the wild side with Nature Explorers Anguilla! We have a variety of tour start times and durations to make your Anguilla wildlife experience special.