Nature Explorer Anguilla’s 7th Edition of The Salty Wing

The 7th Edition of The Salty Wing is now available as a free download from…

or as a free PDF version on our website…

The Salty Wing is designed to engage readers of all ages through articles and photography that highlight Anguilla’s wildlife and natural habitats. In this edition we cover the interesting species that visited the island during the winter months of the 2014/2015 season.

We also include an update on the important work done by Dr. Louise Soanes monitoring seabird colonies on our offshore cays.

We hope you enjoy and share with everyone you know who loves nature!

7th edition of the salty wing


Anguilla Red Cross’ Second Annual 5K

Get ready for Anguilla Red Cross’ Second Annual 5K!…


Taking place April 11th 2015 together with Saint James School of Medicine, the Anguilla Red Cross Response Team will be hosting its second annual 5K marathon.


A fun event for a worthwhile cause, all funds raised go directly to transforming an ambulance box with chassis into a mobile, solar-powered mobile First Aid Center. A tremendous benefit for the community, this will allow the Red Cross to attend to emergencies and injuries in a quick, efficient manner.


For more information, see below.


anguilla red cross 2015 5k marathon


To attend, download this form and bring it with you on Apr. 11…

2015 5K Marathon Registration Form


For any other questions, call Ricky Rouphine, Branch Coordinator, at 497-0406 or 584-3370 or email Julia Gerlitz at

Artisan’s Misto Salami

My Mom and I dropped into Artisan this week for a little savory bite of something special.


Owners Juergen & Indra did not disappoint. Juergen explained each selection, specially imported from Miami: Mortadella, Speck, Bresaola, Coppa, Salami and Spicy Salami.


artisan misto plate


With homemade “Artisan” bread, olives and a glass of Chianti, it was exquisite (especially the Bresaola, a cured beef) and well-priced, too!

Artisan is located in Island Harbour.

For reservations, call: 264-235-6116


Adorable White-Cheeked Pintail Ducks in Anguilla’s Wetlands

Waterfowl continue to dominate the scene at many of Anguilla’s wetlands.  White-cheeked Pintail ducks like these are a resident breeding species found island-wide.  Often called Bahamian ducks, these birds are busy caring for their young at this time of year.

nature explorers anguilla white cheeked pintail ducks
If you would like to see this species and many more, please join Nature Explorers Anguilla for a tour on your next visit to paradise.   It is a great opportunity to share Anguilla’s natural world with your family and friends.  Call:  1.264.584.0346 or Email:, to schedule your tour.