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Number of bird species: 155
National Bird: Common Ground-dove Zenaida aurita
The Birds of the West IndiesBy Herbert Raffaele, James Wiley, Orlando Garrido, Allan Keith & Janis Raffaele Helm Field Guides Sept 2003 Paperback RRP ?16.99p
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Anguilla National Trust
The Anguilla National Trust (ANT) was established in 1993 to act as custodian of Anguilla`s heritage, preserving and promoting the island`s natural environment and its archaeological, historical and cultural resources for present and future generations.
2000 [February] - Julian HughesReport
This report is the result of a one month trip to Anguilla in January and February 2000. The purpose of the visit was to identify potential Important Bird Areas (IBAs) as part of BirdLife International`s Americas conservation programme and to produce the first country checklist for Anguilla, on behalf of the Anguilla National Trust...
Anguilla Hotel GuideAccommodation
Anguilla has a wide range of hotels, resorts and guest houses, from five-star legends like Cap Juluca to charming local inns like Lloyd`s. And many vacation villas too. This service of the Anguilla Local News groups accommodations by price, based on the lowest double rate in the high season. Hotels also have specials and greatly reduced rates in the low season (April 15 to Dec 14); and prices do change over time. Be sure to visit the hotel`s web site and inquire about exact pricing.
Lloyd's Guest HouseAccommodation
More like a Bed and Breakfast than a hotel. The rooms are spotless, but small...
A Field Guide to Anguilla's WetlandWebsite
A new book was published on June 5, 1998, with information about Anguilla's ponds. This is a field guide, so there are maps, pictures of the bird species you may see, botanical notes of the flora, directions to find the many ponds, and room for you to make Field Notes and record your bird sightings...
Birding on AnguillaWebsite
This report is the result of a one month trip to Anguilla in January and February 2000. The purpose of the visit was to identify potential Important Bird Areas (IBAs) as part of BirdLife International`s Americas conservation programme and to produce the first country checklist for Anguilla, on behalf of the Anguilla National Trust.
Birds of AnguillaWebsite
Checklist and a few photographs...
Checklist - Birds of AnguillaChecklist
Welcome to the web-site of the Island of Sombrero. Sombrero is an offshore possession of the British colony of Anguilla, which lies in the Caribbean Sea. This little island is proposed to be a rocket-launch site for Beal Aerospace. We are concerned about these plans.
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