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Pink flamingos start arriving at Cozumel lagoon

By Tribune Travel

November 14, 2023

The first pink flamingo arrivals have been reported from the island of Cozumel. Seven birds arrived at what is regarded as the start of their migration season.

The Punta Sur Ecotourism Park’s X’tacĂșn lagoon is home to the first flock of seven pink flamingos, according to the Cozumel Parks and Museums Foundation (FPMC).

The birds, which are a sign of the Laguna Colombia biological Reserve’s good biological balance and protection status, have grown to be another popular tourist destination.

Regular park visitors can see these birds at various times of the day in the Laguna Chunchacab, Laguna Colombia park, as well as in the vicinity of the Punta Celarain Lighthouse.

As winter progresses, it is anticipated that the flamingo population will reach approximately forty individuals.





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