What stands as the last remaining tidal mangrove ecosystem on the shores of southern New Providence, Bonefish Pond protects 1,235 acres of important coastal wetlands. This national park is home to a wide diversity of birds and is an important nursery for many marine species that are important to the country. With a boardwalk extending out into the mangroves, this park is a great spot for both recreation and education and is the most visited national park on the island.


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Cowpen Road, Nassau, Nassau / Paradise Island, Bahamas, Carmichael

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