• On Inagua the world is pink. The southernmost Bahamas island is home to over 60,000 flamingos. So it’s no surprise that this  animal is included in the island’s coat of arms.
  • Strictly speaking Inagua consists of two islands: Great Inagua and Little Inagua.
  • Half of Great Inagua is a National Park inhabited by many bird species including parrots, spoonbills and herons.
  • Little Inagua is uninhabited except for its population of wild donkeys, goats and birds.