Visiting Turks and Caicos National Environmental Centre

One of the most surprising and exciting aspects of travel is when you come across cool finds ‘off the beaten path’. During our recent trip to Providenciales, the tourism board introduced us to Turks and Caicos National Environmental Centre. Although it is quite small, this hidden gem is filled with all sorts of information about the entire island, wildlife and the fauna and flora found locally.


 These here is the Snowy Egret, a bird species that is quite common in the Caribbean, South America and Southwestern USA. They eat insects, small reptiles, fish and crustaceans. Thanks to the MIgratory Bird Treaty Act, this bird’s population is rebounded and protected in the USA by law.
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