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July 15, 2005
Dog Island, Anguilla - A Living Eden in the Caribbean


Additional Photographs

A Brown Booby
A brown booby.
Photo - Chris Johnson

A Brown Booby
A brown booby.
Photo - Chris Johnson

A Brown Booby
A brown booby chick.
Photo - Chris Johnson

A Masked Booby
A masked booby.
Photo - Chris Johnson

Sooty Tern hovers above its nest
A sooty tern hovers above its nest.
Photo - Chris Johnson

A Colony of Magnificent Frigate Birds
A colony of magnificent frigate birds.
Photo - Chris Johnson

Magnificent Frigate flying
A flying Magnificent frigate bird.
Photo - Chris Johnson

Marshland supports a wide variety of birds
The marshland interior supports an abundance of waterfowl and shorebird species.
Photo - Chris Johnson

Sea Turtle tracks
Sea turtle tracks lead to a nest high on the beach. 'Malliouhana' - Anguilla's first satellite tagged leatherback sea turtle visited Dog Island in June 2005. Track her progress through the Atlantic Ocean at www.Seaturtle.org - click here.
Photo - Chris Johnson

A little tern
A little tern.
Photo - Chris Johnson

A Lauging Gull Feeding
A laughing gull feeding.
Photo - Chris Johnson

Laughing Gull Eggs
Laughing gull eggs.
Photo - Chris Johnson

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