The shared border of Saint Andrew and Saint George Parishes marks an edge of Grand Etang Forest Reserve. This overlook stretching to the Caribbean Sea is at about 1,900 feet. The surrounding rainforest reaches a height above 2,300 feet. The vegetation is called an elfin woodland. This means the trees have stunted growth with gnarled stumps. The ground is covered with thick moss accented with ferns. The lush forest is a haven for endemic birds, reptiles and mammals.