Anguilla is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Miles of white powdery sand that can't be topped. With several ponds dotting the main island and a number of offshore islands and cays, a large number of birds make Anguilla their home for at least some part of the year. In particular, Dog Island has become an integral part of the breeding of seabirds throughout the Caribbean. This book highlights just a few of the many species found on this tiny island paradise.
Jacqueline Cestero is an avid photographer who has recorded Anguilla's treasures on both film and digital media since 1985. Over the last several years she has developed a strong interest in bird watching at the various ponds and offshore islands of Anguilla.
She was a volunteer for The Anguilla National Trust Monthly Bird Monitoring Program from 2007 to 2012.
She is a freelance nature writer for Anguilla Life Magazine and other nature photography publications.
She is the owner/operator of Nature Explorers Anguilla, providing nature tours on the island of Anguilla, British West Indies