Although there are plans to restore this golf course, it currently provides a large open area for birdlife. As the most northerly point of Bermuda, it regularly witnesses a fall-out of migrants especially warbler species but also cuckoos, tanagers, orioles and buntings, not to mention rarities. The thickets bordering the large cemetery are worth investigating. Just to the east of the golf course it is well worth checking the muddy fields of East End Dairy for shorebirds in the fall months.

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Photos courtesy of Andrew Dobson, Paul Watson, Chris Burville, Ras Mykkal, Jennifer Gray, Rosalind Wingate, Rick Slaughter and others.

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