Birdwatching in Turks and Caicos

There are so many things you can do in the Turks and Caicos Islands that you’ll have trouble fitting them all in!

One of the more popular activities is birdwatching. The inland marshes and salt ponds that populate TCI make for great feeding grounds for migratory and resident birds alike.

There are about 201 species of birds including pelicans, ospreys, frigatebirds, flamingos, hawks, kites and too many to mention here. For a complete list of bird species check out this page.

If you’re really into birdwatching, consider renting a Turks and Caicos Villa when you visit the Islands! There’s nothing quite like standing outside in the morning and seeing a hummingbird, flamingo, osprey or one of the many bird species that inhabit these Islands glide by you while sipping a cup of coffee!

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