Bubali Bird Sanctuary

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Bubali Bird Sanctuary
This protected expanse of wetlands, positioned on the island’s west coast is a landing spot for migrating birds. Of the more than 80 species that come to feed, mate or just take a rest, black-necked stilts, which can be identified by their long red legs, are among the most common. Others include green herons, egrets, and Caribbean parakeets. For the best sightings, stop by at just as the sun is rising or setting. Note: This ins’t the easiest place to find, which makes the stretch of marsh and mangroves delightfully untouristed. Similarly, there is no admission fee or set opening hours.
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J.E. Irausquin Blvd, Noord, Aruba
Sun - Sat 7am - 8pm