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The Islands

The Atlas contains records for:

3136 surveys of 

777 different islands controlled by 

39 different governments.



Long Cay, Exuma Park, The Bahamas (photo by W. Mackin)

To the right, there are links to tables from the book "Inventory of Breeding Seabirds in the Caribbean (Bradely and Norton, eds.)

25 Most Important Colonies
25 Most Threatened Colonies
25 Largest Colonies
Areas in Need of Surveys
Maps for 'An Inventory of Breeding Seabirds of the Caribbean'


The 39 governments (#colonies).
  1. Bermuda (18)
  2. The Bahamas (229)
  3. Turks and Caicos (36)
  4. Cuba (74)
  5. Cayman Islands (23)
  6. Jamaica (49)
  7. Navassa (1)
  8. Haiti (13)
  9. Domincan Republic (24)
  10. Puerto Rico (53)
  11. US Virgin Islands (49)
  12. British Virgin Islands (45)
  13. Anguilla (16)
  14. St. Maartin (10)
  15. St. Martin (2)
  16. Saba (14)
  17. St. Eustatius (9)
  18. St. Kitts and Nevis (9)
  19. Montserrat (11)
  20. Antigua and Barbuda (14)
  21. Guadeloupe (26)
  22. Dominica (1)
  23. Martinique (13)
  24. St. Lucia (14)
  25. St. Vincent and the Grenadines (29)
  26. Grenada (14)
  27. Trinadad and Tobago (10)
Nonesuch, Bermuda (Phote by Dave Lee)
  1. Barbados (4)
  2. Mexico (7)
  3.  Belize (5)
  4.  Honduras (3)
  5.  Nicaragua (0)
  6.  Costa Rica (1)
  7.  Panama (3)
  8.  Colombia (6)
  9.  Aruba (2)
  10.  Curacao (12)
  11.  Bonaire (11)
  12. Venezuala (33)






Seabird Breeding Sites in the West Indies




West Indian Breeding Seabird Atlas by Will Mackin and David Lee is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License. Based on work at www.wicbirds.net. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at www.wicbirds.net.
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