Geotourism MapGuide: A travel guide to the places most respected and recommended by locals.
inspire me!
Inspire Me!
Review great places recommended by locals. Give thumbs up or add to your Trip Planner.
Show Me:
 
|
 

The Red Bays Village IBA consists of a a diverse area of Caribbean pine forest, broad-leaf coppice, mangroves, shoreline scrub, and beach.

Primary Species Commonly Experienced Here

It supports regionally significant numbers of wintering Laughing Gull Larus atricilla and breeding Royal Tern Sterna maxima. Six of The Bahamas' restricted-range birds occur, including the Vulnerable Bahama Swallow Tachycineta cyaneoviridis.

The Near Threatened Whitecrowned Pigeon Patagioenas leucocephala is found in significant numbers. Other species such as the Cuban Emerald Chlorostilbon ricordii, Western Spindalis Spindalis zena and Great Lizard-cuckoo Coccyzus merlini are present, and the endemic subspecies of Greater Antillean Oriole Icterus dominicensis northropi occurs in the coconut palm trees within the Red Bay settlement.

Best Times and Seasons for Viewing

Early Morning and Late Afternoon / Year Round

Access Considerations and Directions

The village can only be accessed by vehicular transportation. Persons with mobility impairments should have no difficulty moving around within the town.

For More Information, Contact:

Andros Tourist Office
General Delivery, Andros Town, CS
(242) 368-2286 · fax (242) 368-2285

No comments have been made about this nomination. Be the first to add a comment!

Related Places:
 Community
Red Bays Village
   
Login or create an account to save to your trip planner
 

Red Bays Village

The village of Red Bays thrives with Bahamian culture. It is the only settlement on the...

-+
AtlasHybrid.Imagery(Satellite)OpenStreetMap

Boundaries and names shown do not necessarily reflect the map policy of the National Geographic.

Latitude: 25.128767000
Longitude: -78.202226000
Elevation: 0 FT (0 M)
Meet the Contributor:
Janel Campbell
 Thumbs Up Place Nearby
 
(1.9 miles / 3 kilometers)
 
Abaco National Park: Birding
The Abaco National Park is the major habitat of the Abaco or Bahama Parrot, and laws have been...
 
Allan's Cays: Important Bird Area (IBA)
Located at the northern end of the Exuma Cays, the Allan's Cays IBA is located between Ship...
 
Blackwood Point
If you are a nature lover, you will want to explore Black Wood Point, located on the...
 
Booby Rocks and Pirates Bay: Important Bird Area (IBA)
This IBA includes a cluster of rocks, known as Booby Rocks, and the Pirate's Bay IBA located on...
 
Cat Island Wetlands: Important Bird Area (IBA)
The Cat Island wetlands IBA is a mixture of crown and privately-owned land, which comprises a...