Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Anegada Miscellany

Just a few final pictures from our trip to Anegada last week.



First, the lovely views as we came in to dock near the Anegada Reef Hotel



Cedars scattered along the beach reminded me of Longboat Key in Florida, and also provided the only significant interruption to the otherwise flat horizon line.
























We get waders like great egrets and blue herons on Tortola often enough, but shorebirds like these plover (maybe killdeer?) are fairly uncommon on Tortola.

2 comments:

  1. I'm pretty sure they're either American Golden Plovers or Killdeer

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