Peterson Cay is a National Park and is managed by The Bahamas National Trust and is located one and one-quarter miles east of the southern entrance to the Grand Lucayan Waterway. This windswept and sparsely vegetated limestone island is the only cay on the leeward side of Grand Bahama.
This cay is reported to be a nesting site for Bridled Terns.
Non-bird biodiversity: Shallow bars and coral reefs especially on the west side has created a small but uniquely beautiful range of coral gardens where fish, marine plants and animal life may be closely observed by snorkelers and divers.
BirdLife International (2021) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Peterson Cay (National Park). Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 25/01/2021.