Long Island is eco-friendly and endowed with natural beauty and charm that provides endless opportunities to experience nature hikes, nature walks and eco-marine activities. A small flock of flamingos migrated from Inagua to Long Island a few years ago and made their home at the southern tip of the island. Among the other species found here is a large flock of the endangered West Indian whistling duck. They inhabit secluded mangroves and other wetland areas and sightings are rare due to their secretive nocturnal nature. A number of other waterfowl can be seen along the shorelines; migratory and indigenous species also roost in hardwood trees. Participate in an eco-tour and visit Sandy Cay to feed the iguanas and explore starfish beds, or spot dolphins in the wild.