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Inagua lives up to its name as the birding capital of the Bahamas. You will not see flamingos walking around town, but it only takes a short drive out to the salt pans of Lake Rosa to see flocks of them wading shin-deep in potent brine. Outside of nesting season, these crimson-feathered water birds spend their entire lives on their feet—preening, feeding and even sleeping upright.  

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Inagua Flamingos

Inagua lives up to its name as the birding capital of the Bahamas. You will not see flamingos walking around town, but it only takes a short drive out to the salt pans of Lake Rosa to see flocks of them wading shin-deep in potent brine. Outside of nesting season, these crimson-feathered water birds spend their entire lives on their feet—preening, feeding and even sleeping upright.