The Caribbean Waterbird Census was established by the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds in an effort to learn more about
On the morning of Saturday 12 March, ANT members and staff hiked the dramatic north-east coast of Anguilla from Captains Bay to Island Harbour, led by our amazing ANT intern, Louise Fayet. Strong winds made for some spectacular wave action and gorgeous seascapes. And the ironshore never fails to impress. Lots of fun with one […]
Sombrero Island is one of Anguilla’s gems. Recently designated as a Ramsar Site, it provides important nesting habitat for regionally and globally important populations of Bridled tern,
Prickly Pear East is one of Anguilla’s Important Bird Areas, with regionally and globally important populations of Laughing gull, least tern, and Brown booby
Explore Anguilla’s wild places – take a guided hike that matches your adventure level. Name of Tour: Nature hikes Price: US$50/person; US$20/child under 12 Frequency: Fridays Meeting Point: Anguilla National Trust office. Pick up from your hotel may be arranged at an additional charge. Provided: Guide, water, local snack North Hill to Sandy Ground […]
One of Anguilla’s protected areas, it was a site of celebration for Anguilla’s Amerindians. With over 100 petroglyphs carved into the
For the birding enthusiasts. The wetlands that we visit depends on the time of day, year, and where the birds are.
This tour begins and ends at the ANT Office – what used to be the Custom’s Office during the 1960s. We walk from the ANT