This week Anguilla received a special visitor. A juvenile Greater Flamingo was seen on the northern edge of Rendezvous Bay Pond feeding among Snowy Egrets, Least Terns, Brown Pelicans, and Black-necked Stilts.
This species is considered a rare visitor to Anguilla with the last record of a bird on Cove Pond from November of 2000 to January of 2001.
You just never know what you will see on Anguilla’s wetlands. Come join us and Take a Walk on the Wild Side…
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