Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary barbados
Get a unique perspective of this precious natural resource, the last remaining mangrove wetland in Barbados.
This video takes us on an exploration of the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary, beginning with a stunning drone view of these wetlands.
Flying in closer we can spot some egrets nesting in the trees, before we fly by the cafe and dining cabanas.
Next we’re visit the Flamingos and stunning Scarlett Ibis’ along with the ducks and other animals that call the Sanctuary home.
Pull away shots provide nice views of the Sanctuary’s buildings and interpretive trails, before we resume forward flying over the manicured grass and out over the water as the egrets take flight!
The Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary is the last remaining mangrove wetland in Barbados and is a vital habitat for migratory birds during the winter, as well as local species throughout the year. Unfortunately the Sanctuary is currently closed (as of 2021) to the public.
Reviewed by: kathy lynn ward