Along the Woodland Trail lies the Blue Iguana Habitat, which
is the centre for the National Trust’s Blue
Iguana Recovery Program. The National Trust of the Cayman
Islands began its work with these intriging creatures soon after
its formation in 1987, with an ultimate repopulation goal of 1000.
The Habitat has become an exceptionally popular area as the captive
breeding grounds for these fascinating reptiles (Cyclura
lewisi) who only two decades ago were facing extinction.
Frequently found freely roaming the grounds of the Park, these
“blue dragons” delight both local and foreign visitors
who happen upon them.
Blue Iguana in the News
Blue iguanas birth landmark event; By Carol Winker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Blue makes full recovery; By Joanna Lewis, email@example.com 2006