Grand Case Bay

On a recent walk around Grand Case Bay, there were quite a few interesting things to see. The mangrove tree on the cemetery pond that is home to dozens of egrets during nesting season was still completely bare, and home to one iguana. On the same pond, although the egrets are gone, the common gallinules were present in large numbers, including juveniles of two different ages. A juvenile peregrine falcon was cruising around Molly Smith Point, an unusual sighting for the island.

One Response to “Grand Case Bay”

  1. Valerie Says:


    Your pictures are “beautyfull”…

    I send this link to the people who walked with us.