The home of the Barbados Green Monkey
Animals Found At The Barbados Wildlife Reserve
Here is what you’ll see at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve... The Barbados Green Monkey definitely is the star of the show at the reserve... but if you want to be sure of seeing this playful creature be sure to visit during the mid-afternoon as they are fed around 2.30 pm.
You’ll be thrilled by the playful antics of this elusive wild animal in its natural environment. The Red Brocket Deer is one of the imported animals found at the reserve... this deer is a native species of South and Central America. This shy nocturnal animal can be found hiding in the lush undergrowth at the reserve... You just may get a glimpse of this shy secretive animal.
A number of Pythons and Boas are found at the reserve these large snakes are kept cage. Among them you will find the reticulated python, considered to be the world's longest snake these reptiles often grow to well over 30 feet. You will also see a couple of Red Tail Boas at the reserve this is another large powerful reptile, which can grow to approximately 14 feet.
You’ll also find a number of exotic birds at the wildlife
reserve... among them are Budgies, Ring-neck Parakeets,
Brown Pelicans and Flamingos to name a few... But that’s
not all you’ll also find an endangered
species of the Cuban iguana, tortoise and Mongoose hiding among the wide variety of tropical vegetation found on the grounds of the reserve.
As you stroll along the path of this natural animal habitat you’ll be amaze by the fascinating animals especially the Green Monkeys... of all the animals they are our favourites.