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The National Trust for the Cayman Islands is inviting everyone to join them for their second International Blue Iguana Day on May 8 to celebrate the Grand Cayman blue iguana and the efforts that have been made over many years to conserve them.
The event will be from 10:30 am to 2pm and will held at the Blue Iguana Conservation facility (based in QEIIBP, North Side).
As this year’s event also falls on Mother’s Day, the National Trust said that entrance will be free for mothers to visit the Blue Iguana Conservation facility. Otherwise, entry fees will be $5 for everyone and kids under 5 go free.
The National Trust is encouraging everyone to come out and enjoy the activities, iguana feeding, merchandise and much more!
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