This is a great place to watch birds, particularly the Red Footed Boobies and Frigate Birds that breed here. Evenings here afford magnificant photo opportunities as the waters are still and highly reflective. The National Trust Centre provides good information on the island and goods are sold that raise funds for the project. However, they did not have a bird identification book nor was there anyone there who was knowledgeable about the bird life. We identified some rarer migrants that had been blown in by the winds but there seemed to be little interest in this information which was disappointing. It would be good to have at least a bird identification book available to visitors and a link to someone with knowledge of the local bird life. However, a very worthwhile place to visit for those who enjoy wildlife.
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