Inagua National Park is a national park on the island of Great Inagua in The Bahamas. It was established in 1965 and has an area of 183,740 acres (744 km2). From as far back as 1904 there was rising concern about the West Indian Flamingo populations, during the 1960s with enough convection towards the idea the Bahamas National Trust formed the Inagua National Park.
The Inagua National Park is the site for the World's largest breeding colony of West Indian Flamingo. Forty years ago this species of flamingo made a comeback from the brink of extinction to a colony of over 50,000 birds. The park has contributed to increased bird populations in nearby islands such as Mayaguana, Acklins, Crooked Island, Cuba, and Andros. In 1997 the park was designated a Wetland of international importance. It is also known as a bird watchers' paradise as it is also designated as an Important Bird Area. The park encloses all of Lake Rosa which is a salt water lake in the Bahamas as well as the largest lake in The Bahamas.