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Antigua a small Caribbean island in the Leeward Islands group. Approximately 108 sq miles in area with an average year round temperature from 75 to 85 fahrenheit. Capital St Johns, one airport VC Bird international, Antigua has 365 beaches. Antigua is the larger area of the country Antigua and Barbuda
Birds you can see here include:
Other wildlife found in Antigua include Mongoose, Ground Lizards, Panther Anoles, Watts Anoles, A type of Sallylightfoot crab, Purple Pincher hermit crabs, Land crabs, and on some offshore islands one of the worlds rarest snakes the Antiguan Racer Snake
History and Use
Areas of Interest
Birdwatching sites include Mc Kinons Salt pond, Wallings Dam, Potworks Dam. Tourist stuff includes Nelson Dockyard National Park, Fig Tree Drive and the Canopy Tour, Cruises, Island Tours, 365 Beaches,
Access and Facilities
- BirdForum Opus contributors. (2023) Antigua. In: BirdForum, the forum for wild birds and birding. Retrieved 2 December 2023 from https://www.birdforum.net/opus/Antigua