|Archipelago||James Ross Island group|
|Administered under the Antarctic Treaty System.|
Devil Island is a 128 ha, ice-free island about 2 km long, in the James Ross Island group near the north-eastern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula. It lies in a small cove 1 km north of Vega Island, east of the Trinity Peninsula. It is characterised by several low hills rising to a maximum height of about 150 m.
Important Bird Area
The site has been identified as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by BirdLife International because it supports a large breeding colony of about 15,000 pairs of Adélie penguins. Other birds recorded as nesting there include brown skuas and snow petrels.
- "Devil Island". BirdLife data zone: Important Bird Areas. BirdLife International. 2012. Retrieved 2012-12-15.
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