NATURAL WONDERS OF ANTIGUA
Antigua is a beautiful island with a varied natural history. As with many of the islands, animal & plant species are often not indigenous, either having found their way here by being blown on the tradewinds, or brought here by ship. We are building a list of the most common flora, fauna and sealife and thank Peter Duce for his fantastic photography helping us to bring this information to life.61 clients selected.
|ANTIGUA BARBUDA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY |
Antigua Barbuda Horticultural Society, www.antiguahorticulture.com
P.O. Box W212 St. Johnâ€™s Antigua
Agave Gardens, Friars Hill Road St. Johnâ€™s.Â 268 725 5507
Single Membership is $50
Family Membership is $100
Sponsorship: Starts at $250
Paid annually in January of each year.
All are welcome
Our Annual Events:
Garden Fair: 1st Saturday of December
Flower and Garden Show: Last Saturday of March
For the development of the gardens, programs and community outreach.
Our General meetings are November through May and we have a quarterly executive Board meeting.
President - Mrs. Barbara Japal
Development - Mr. Patrick Ryan
Research - Mrs. Christina Martin
Secretary -Â Mrs. Generis Hodge
Membership - Mrs. Sue Ross
Treasurer - Mr. Barrett Green
Asst Treasurer - Mrs. Yvonne Martin
|ANTIGUA CONSERVATION SOCIETY is newly formed organisation that advocates for the protection of Antigua & Barbuda's fragile coastal and marine ecosystems for current and future generations |
|BANANAQUIT Family: Coerebidae, Honeycreepers
|GRAY KINGBIRD Family: Tyrranidae Flycatchers
|OLEANDER Family: Apocynaceae.
|OSPREY Family: Accipitridae Pandion haliaetus
|PLUMBAGO Family: Plumbaginaceae
|TAMARIND Binominal name:Tamarindus indica L|