This seems like a very cool place, it must be said. I’ve also heard it is a sensitive place so days on Inagua are limited to preserve the resource. I found this story about the place and thought I’d share.
More than 70,000 West Indian flamingos, the Bahamas’ national bird, nest in Inagua. Inagua National Park Warden Henry Nixon and I watched hundreds of the pink birds from the bank of a pond in the shade of mangroves. Soon, I was rewarded with an even more spectacular sight — a flock of roseate spoonbills flying with flamingos, all pretty pink.