A Juvenile Greater Flamingo Visits Anguilla

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.

pink flamingo in anguilla

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.

flamingo in flight in anguilla

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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