The Vermont Nature Trails on St. Vincent are ideal for hiking, and these trails are not too difficult so any age or skill level will usually be able to finish the hike without trouble. The views that can be seen along the trails are incredible, with a lush setting and a wide variety of plants, animals, and birds to watch for. Many hikers are lucky enough to get a glimpse of the endangered St. Vincent Amazon parrot in the rainforest. These trails cover more than two miles, all of which are clearly marked and easy to follow. Visitors find the informative signs identifying the flora and fauna in the area very helpful, and there are a variety of habitats to hike through. Rain forest, plantation forest, and other settings provide a backdrop to a hike along these trails.
A medium level has been given to the St. Vincent Vermont Nature Trails, and it takes about 2 hours to hike the entire thing. The trails are set in a reserve that covers almost 11,000 acres, and a perfect way to end a hike is at the St. Vincent Parrot Look Out. Vermont Nature Trails are located a mere 9 miles from the capital city of Kingston, and hiking these trails can be a fun, exciting, and educational experience at any age. The St. Vincent Amazon Parrot is not the only bird to be found, there are many others as well. Other species include the Redcapped Green Tanager, the Whistling Warbler, and the Crested Hummingbird.