Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015
9:45am

The Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, Eleuthera's first national park , protects  25 acres of coppice and mangrove forest, with the goal of conserving indigenous species and researching Bahamian bush medicine. Visitors can explore the traditional uses of native trees and shrubs on the medicinal plant trail , the Mangrove Boardwalk will take you through an otherwise inaccessible wetland ecosystem.Birders will enjoy the coppice trail through a Bahamian hardwood forest where birds abound. For information please call 1(242) 332-3831 or 1 (242)225-7832 .

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