Shorebird Habitats – Our Solution for Restoring the Coastlines

Shorebird Habitats – Our Solution for Restoring the Coastlines
An Egret and Brown Pelican share branch space on one of the few remaining Seagrape (Coccoloba uvifera) trees in Cane Garden Bay, Virgin Islands. Used to stabilize sand dunes and as a coastline windbreaker, these plants will be planted along the sea edge.
Image Credit: Din Hen
These two look to be common Eiders. Picture taken in March 2020 on an early stroll along the shore front. Do you know what shorebird species these two may be? Please share! Check out this easy guide from BirdsCaribbean.
Image Credit: Din Hen
Bird Gang! Easy pickings on the dock! View our solution to restore the shore line and look out for feature planting dates in the next few weeks!
Image Credit: Din Hen
There are hundreds of Flamingos seen on recent visit to Anegada, Virgin Islands in May 2020. We plan to return these birds to the Western end of Tortola in the next few years with the Replant Virgin Islands initiative. Stay tuned for updates!

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