Kalkun Cay, United States Virgin Islands

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Kalkun Cay
Kalkun Cay is located in the U.S. Virgin Islands
Kalkun Cay
Kalkun Cay
Location in the Caribbean
Kalkun Cay is located in Caribbean
Kalkun Cay
Kalkun Cay
Kalkun Cay (Caribbean)
Geography
LocationCaribbean Sea
Coordinates18°21′01″N 65°03′28″W / 18.3504°N 65.0577°W / 18.3504; -65.0577Coordinates: 18°21′01″N 65°03′28″W / 18.3504°N 65.0577°W / 18.3504; -65.0577
Administration
Federal DepartmentU.S. Department of the Interior
Federal AgencyU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
CapitalWashington, D.C.
LargestNew York City
PresidentDonald John Trump

Kalkun Cay is a rocky, steep and narrow islet, located in the middle of the Savana Passage in the United States Virgin Islands. It is one mile northeast of Savana Island and one mile west of West Point on the island of Saint Thomas. Kalkun Cay is 73 feet high and covered with underbrush and grass.[1][2] It is an important habitat of native seabirds.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Griffes, Peter L. (2004). 2004 Atlantic Boating Almanac: Gulf of Mexico. ProStar Publications. Page 527. ISBN 9781577855125.
  2. ^ Miller, Debra (2005). Caribbean Islands. Lonely Planet. Page 344. ISBN 9781741040555.
  3. ^ Nelson, Bryan (1978). The Sulidae: Gannets and Boobies. University of Aberdeen. Page 430.