The island looks a bit like a bird - perhaps a wild turkey. The houses are up on the hill on the ridge (at the base of the neck), the main beach is of the flat spot which contains some fields, a salt pond where the flamingos and other birds live, and an orchard/garden. The other beaches are reachable by boat or hiking.
There are supposed to be 6 resident flamingos, but apparently 2 of them fly away and only occasionally visit. The only time we saw all 6 was on the first afternoon - there were only 4 earlier that day and for the rest of our visit. The pond is too small to be a breeding spot and when it is too salty or not salty enough, they have to be fed flamingo food because the stuff they normally eat doesn't survive.