- John Gray Recycler - paints the bat/bird house that CUC has kindly agreed to install in the Park for us.
10 April 2003 - Thank you Dresdner Bank for very kindly giving
us a donation to help towards our Seacology Grand Cayman Park and Fiji projects. Some
of this donation is being used above to help with the painting of the bat house.
Stilt birds enjoying the marshland.
Click picture to visit the wonderful website of
Ann Stafford, & Lois Blumenthal (CI National Trust Secretary)
A view of the marshland with trees behind.
Flowers near marshland (butterfly area)
Ficus Benjamina Root Structure on wall
Butterfly on flowers
Roots and other vegetation on the wall
Limestone wall with Ficus Benjamina/fig tree
Vegetation on the Limestone Wall
Trees from the wall - Picture Link to Queen
Elizabeth II Botanic Park
Remember to follow the picture link above to visit
the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. There you will see
more beautiful pictures and find out more about the flora/fauna of the Cayman Islands.
Back to page one of Cayman Seacology Park Project
Thank you to our
The CIBC Bank and
Trust Company Ltd, the Dresdner Bank, and Texaco