Rockland Bird Sanctuary Tour [Transportation] Hotel Pick-Up

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The Rockland Bird Sanctuary is home to many species of birds, some endemic to Jamaica while others flew to the Island from other countries and make Jamaica their home. The bird sanctuary is located in the hills of a small community called Anchovy, approximately a 20-minute drive from the city of Montego Bay. The tour can last for 45 minutes to over 1 hour depending on the group's interest. Bird lovers will find this tour very fascinating as many different birds will fly from trees to the ground for you to feed them. The hummingbirds, the national bird of Jamaica, are part of a special experience as you sit with a bottle of their favorite drink, wait for them to perch on your outstretched finger while you feed them from the bottle. Next, you will take a walk through the garden with the guide to see the different trees and herbs before the tour ends.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Road Travel Jamaica

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Stop At: Rocklands Bird Sanctuary

The bird sanctuary is located at a quaint little house. The setting here is absolutely peaceful and relaxing.get a glimpse of some exotic birds. Rocklands Bird Sanctuary is home to some of Jamaica’s most exquisite species of bird. This place is a must-see if you are a bird or nature lover! Types of birds you may see here: American Redstart Bannaquits Black-throated Blue Warblers Caribbean Doves (Found in Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Honduras, Mexico, and Colombia) Greater Antillean Bullfinch (Found in Jamaica, The Bahamas, Hispaniola, and Turks and Caicos Islands) Ground-doves Jamaican Orioles (found in only Jamaica and San Andres – formerly found in Grand Cayman but is now extinct there) Jamaican Mango Hummingbird (Endemic to Jamaica) Jamaican Tody Jamaican Vireo (Endemic to Jamaica) Jamaican Woodpecker (Endemic to Jamaica) Loggerhead Kingbird Northern Mockingbird Northern Parula Orangequit (Endemic to Jamaica) Red-billed Streamertail Hummingbird (aka Doctorbird – Endemic and indigenous to Jamaica) Rufous-tailed Flycatcher (Found in Jamaica and Cayman Islands) Shiny Cowbirds Vervain Hummingbird (Found in only Jamaica and Hispaniola) White-chinned Thrush (Found in Jamaica and Cayman Islands) Yellow-faced Grassquit *Endemic means it is found only on the island of Jamaica and nowhere else in the world. Peak bird feeding time: 6am-9am Length of Tour: 1 hour

Duration: 1 hour
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