Now living in only four places in the world, the black paradise flycatcher, known locally as the "black widow", has made La Digue one of its favourite places. Many of them call the small forest, known as the "Widow's Reserve", which stretches along the road leading from the coast to the crossroads for Grand'Anse, home. The reserve was founded by chocolate baron Christopher Cadbury to protect the biotope of this bird. But stop by the information booth, where they will explain how this species was saved. Then keep your eyes peeled for this zwazo, the male of which boasts a very long black tail.
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