Seabirds Make an Appearance on Anguilla’s Wetlands

This week we have seen an uptick in seabirds on Anguilla’s wetlands. Brown Pelicans, Magnificent Frigatebirds, Brown Boobies and Royal Terns have been spotted feeding vigorously. We have also witnessed nesting activity at the back of the pond along with our first Killdeer chicks of the season. It is a great time for birding with over 20 different species of shore and seabirds seen on one wetland in just over and hour of viewing.


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