Adopt A Flamingo

Adopt A Flamingo

Adopt A Flamingo



Over the last 60 years the Bahamas National Trust has worked to save the Bahamas’ Flamingo population from extinction, but there is still more work to do. You can help us keep our flamingo population strong and healthy.

Symbolically adopt a flamingo and support our flamingo conservation efforts.

Your donation will support:

Flamingo Monitoring and Tracking
Flamingos are one of the most charismatic and least researched animals in the world.
We need to learn more about this bird to come up with the best conservation plan for them.
Habitat Monitoring
This will ensure that our country’s flamingo population has the right conditions needed to thrive in a changing environment.

As a symbol of your adoption, you will receive a flamingo key chain and an adoption certificate.

NOTE: $5 will be added to international and family island gifts to cover the cost of mailing your keychain and adoption certificate.


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For more information, call (242) 393-1317 or email us at

If you would prefer to donate by phone, please contact our Development office at (242) 393-1317 or via email at

Please make cheques payable to Bahamas National Trust

For U.S. Tax credit, please make cheques payable to “The Bahamas National Trust Fund”, and send it to:

Bahamas National Trust
P.O. Box N-4105
Nassau, Bahamas

If you have additional questions, please contact us at:

The Bahamas National Trust
Bay Street Business Centre
P. O. Box N-4105
Nassau, Bahamas
Phone: (242) 393-1317
Fax: (242) 393-4978
Toll-Free: 1-866-978-4838


Which island has the largest population of flamingos in The Bahamas?

  • A. San Salvador
  • B. Andros
  • C. Inagua

Do you know the species of flamingo found in The Bahamas?

  • A. Caribbean or West Indian Flamingo
  • B. Greater Antilles Flamingo
  • C. Bahamian Flamingo

What is the estimated size of the flamingo population in the Inagua National Park?

  • A. 5,000 – 10,000
  • B. 30,000 – 40,000
  • C. 60,000 – 70,000

Did you guess correctly?