Turtledove Cay, United States Virgin Islands
|Federal Department||U.S. Department of the Interior|
|Federal Agency||U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service|
|Largest||New York City|
|President||Donald John Trump|
Turtledove Cay (also known as Turtledove Key, Dove Key and Turtle Dove Cay) is a rocky 3.78 acre islet, located 100 yards north of Saba Island in the United States Virgin Islands. Its elevation is 50 feet and the islet is covered with tall grass. It is joined with Saba Island by a reef, which is bare at times of extremely low water. Turtledove Cay (and nearby Flat Cay, Little Flat Cay and Saba Island) are all designated wildlife reserves by the territorial U.S.V.I. government. Turtledove Cay is home to large quantities of native avifauna, including large colonies of noddies and other seabirds.
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