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Turks and Caicos Islands

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Souvenirs from the Turks and Caicos Islands

Souvenirs from the Turks and Caicos Islands can be as simple as a lovely postcard of the beach, a key chain made from shells, a figural refrigerator magnet or a fun shot glass printed with witty sayings. However, there are many beautiful handcrafted items made by local artisans to tempt the wallets of tourists, including plaited straw hats, woven fisherman's baskets and wood carvings of ocean themes. Conch shells are grown here, and turned into jewelry and ashtrays, or can be purchased whole as a lovely addition to a mantle. Beaded necklaces are popular, especially when sea glass is added to the mix. Turks and Caicos Islander souvenirs can also be paintings produced by local artists of beach scenes and island life, or a set of musical wind chimes crafted from recycled metal barrels. Rum is a signature piece of Caribbean memorabilia, and appreciated long after the trip has ended.

Ecology Efforts on the Turks and Caicos Islands

The nation of Turks and Caicos Islands has taken steps to protect the integrity of its natural resources and wildlife, by setting up 27 national parks and protected areas. Some say that this work is the result of JoJo, an Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin that has been freely interacting with humans since the 1980's. In fact, JoJo was declared a national treasure and has a special warden devoted to his safekeeping. Embracing the path of eco-tourism, Turks and Caicos Islands have taken to protecting the unique qualities that allow them to function as a safe haven for many migrating birds and whales. One such example is the Rock Iguana refuge on Little Water Cay, where thousands of these reptiles live, protected from introduced predators. The marshes and salt ponds are hosts to hundreds of native birds, such as the West Indies Whistling Duck, a rare species named for its distinctive call.

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