Nature Reserve – A TOURIST IN THE CARIBBEAN

Nature Reserve

The Reserve was established in 1996 after it was determined by the city that the underwater biosystem was fragile, as it was varied, and that it needed remedial steps to prevent further degeneration of the island’s underwater flora and fauna. The Nature Reserve of the island includes five sanctuary zones around the island that protects underwater habitats, coral reefs, seagrass beds, and marine life.  About 680 acres of the reserve are reserved for coral formations. There are over 45 different species of corals; about 150 various species of fish; and about 80 species of birds all reported to be living in and around nature’s reserve. Today the reserve is carefully monitored for ensuring the preservation of one of St. Barts most vital and essential treasures.

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