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Mt. Hartman Dove Sanctuary

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Mt. Hartman is a 154-acre property that was declared a national park in 1996 by the government of Grenada to protect the critically endangered Grenada Dove. However, in 2006, the park was de-gazetted to accomodate a tourist resort that has since been delayed due to the global economic crisis. After consultations with members of the conservation community, the developers have agreed to new park boundaries and other measures to lessen the impact on the Grenada Dove and create a more contiguous area of suitable dove habitat. However, the park has yet to be officially re-gazetted with the new boundaries. Welcoming guests to the property is a visitor center that is operated by the Forestry and National Parks Department of Grenada. A guide is on staff there that can accompany you on the parks’ trails and take you to find the Grenada Dove.


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