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Cayman Brac Parrot Reserve

Cayman Brac's Parrot Reserve, set atop the Bluff, has a newly opened trail that is open to the public for self-guided tours. The trail is a mile long and takes hikers through the 180-acre Parrot Reserve, home to the endangered Cayman Brac parrot.

The best time to spot the emerald green bird is July through September. They're often seen on top of the Bluff as well as around Stake Bay.

The Parrot Reserve is also a good destination for those interested in the flora and fauna of the island. Thirty-eight plant species can be seen here. Look for candlewood, mastic, wild banana orchid plants, and other exotic species.

Whether you visit the Reserve to spot birds or plants, be sure to bring water; there are no facilities along the trail. Travelers should also wear long pants and good shoes for the trek which traverses ironshore.

Location: The Bluff

Admission: Free

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