21. September 2011 13:13
Be sure to pack your binoculars when visiting the Turks and Caicos Islands and prepare for an interesting day of birdwatching.
Birds live and traverse the nation's islands and cays, and provide interested watchers an eyeful of nature at its colorful, feathered best. Visitors will not find the Turks and Caicos Islands listed in most bird watching guides, yet there is a cornucopia of birding delights to be found around every corner.
Over 190 species can be found at varying intervals, and 52 of these species are known to breed locally.
For more information on birdwatching contact the Turks and Caicos National Trust on (649) 941-5710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org