Rose Hall

Site description (2002 baseline):

Site location and context
The Rose Hall site can be described as a mixture of disturbed limestone forest, limestone thickets and ruinate pastureland.

Key biodiversity
Site does not support many endemic species and overall population numbers are low. Endmeics observed are Jamaican Elaenia, Jamaican Euphonia, White-chinned Thrush and Red-billed Streamertail. Area also used by few migrant species such as Palm Warbler, Magnolia Warbler, Northern Parula and American Redstart.

Habitat and land use
There was no documented information with respect to land use however the general area forms a part of the tourist area, as well as other human activities are present.

Pressure/threats to key biodiversity
Potential threats would be the increase in human activity as well as increase urbanization, tourism and recreational activity

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Area factsheet: Rose Hall. Downloaded from on 10/12/2023.