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Wildlife

Home to one of the richest island ecologies in the world, there is an abundance of animal and marine life to be found on Jumby Bay Island.

Free to roam, to sleep and to graze on the 300 acres of natural undisturbed pastures, the down-to-earth and unhurried nature of the native black and white sheep that have inhabited the island for over 400 years, contributes to the tranquil pace of the island and brings a smile to all who pass them by.

The waterfowl sanctuary is an undisturbed natural world where these, along with many native birds such as bananaquits, whistling ducks, egrets and humming birds can be quietly observed.

Eagle rays and schooling fish of all kinds swim the coral reefs, watched from the rocks by blue pelicans.