Eastern Dry Forest
Eastern Dry Forest is a 239 ha tract of native tropical dry forest lying north of the town of East End. The only area of dry forest left at the eastern end of the island, it is privately owned, unprotected and is subject to clearance and fragmentation. In the 1980s the site contained some of the largest trees on the island and was an important breeding site for parrots.
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