• Box Colour
  • Adonis blue

    Adonis blue

  • Emperor dragonfly

    Emperor dragonfly

  • Lilly of the Valley

    Lilly of the Valley

  • Grey seal

    Grey seal

  • Rainbow parakeet

    Rainbow parakeet

  • Saltmarsh surey - skinflats

    Saltmarsh survey - Skinflats

  • Grey-cushioned grimmia

    Grey-cushioned grimmia

  • Goatsbeard


  • Colour
  • Meadow thistle

    Meadow thistle

  • Mountain pansy

    Mountain pansy

  • Surveying on Greenham Common

    Surveying on Greenham Common

  • Striped shieldbug

    Striped shieldbug

  • Puffin


  • Colour
  • Red kite

    Red kite

  • Monkey orchid

    Monkey orchid

  • Shining hookeria

    Shining hookeria

  • Tay survey

    Saltmarsh survey - Tay Estuary

  • Verdigris fungus

    Verdigris fungus



A Guide to the Birds of Anguilla

An introduction and reference guide to all the species of birds commonly found on Anguilla.
About the book

Anguilla is a wonderful place to watch birds and wildlife, including tropical birds from the Caribbean and migratory birds from North America. This book is an introduction and reference guide, providing information to find and identify all the species of birds commonly found on Anguilla. It features great colour images of over 60 species of bird, maps and directions to 16 of the best birdwatching sites, a check-list of over 135 species of bird seen on Anguilla and when to see them, and an introduction to Anguilla's natural heritage and conservation.

The guide will be of interest to both casual and keen birdwatchers and local students and teachers. The birdwatching notes are written from a purely local perspective, although much of the information will be of help on visits to some neighbouring islands in the Lesser Antilles. The guide explains how to separate some species that are difficult to identify, but is not comprehensive. If you are keen to identify some of the more tricky species, or to age individual birds, we recommend you use this guide together with a field guide.

This guide is a joint collaboration of the Anguilla National Trust (ANT) and the RSPB. All proceeds from the sale of this guide will go to support the work of the ANT.

Book details
ISBN: 978 905601 10 3
Size: 210x145mm
Pages: 122pp
Illustrations: Full colour throughout