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You do not have to be a birder to appreciate the remarkable bird watching attractions inside the Inagua National Park, because no one can escape the endearing appeal of 50,000 scarlet feathered flamingos as they prune and feed in the shallows of a salt pond. Along with the largest population of West Indian flamingos in the world, the park has over 140 species of native and migratory birds, wild donkeys and hogs. 

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Inagua National Park

You do not have to be a birder to appreciate the remarkable bird watching attractions inside the Inagua National Park, because no one can escape the endearing appeal of 50,000 scarlet feathered flamingos as they prune and feed in the shallows of a salt pond. Along with the largest population of West Indian flamingos in the world, the park has over 140 species of native and migratory birds, wild donkeys and hogs.