Both natural and man-modified areas provide habitats for Cayman’s wildlife.
The Cayman Islands have roughly four different vegetation zones or plant communities –
- Dry evergreen forest, woodland and shrubland
- Man-modified areas, including beautiful gardens and parks
The diversity of Cayman’s plants and plant communities and the creatures that dwell therein, provide a fascinating variety of areas for those interested in natural history, at whatever level, from the casual observer to scientific researcher. On walks along the beach or rocky ironshore, in parks, along roadsides, on trails and dyke roads, one may see plants and creatures which may not be readily accessible to be seen elsewhere.
Sandy beaches, mangrove fringed beaches and rocky ironshore provide habitats for Cayman’s creatures.
Safehaven lake, North Sound Club Golf Course
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