The island of Redonda, viewed from the south
Redonda is an
This small island lies between the islands of
Redonda is home to vast numbers of sea birds, and the island was an important source of
The island of Redonda became part of Antigua and Barbuda in 1967.
At a distance, Redonda appears as if it were one very large rock. It is the remnant of an ancient extinct
Judging by the name he gave the island, to
Redonda is uninhabited. The steepness of the surface, the lack of a safe place to land a boat, and the lack of any freshwater source other than rainfall makes the island inhospitable to humans.
Feral goats and rats were removed from the island in 2017.