The parish of Trelawny was named after William Trelawny former Governor of Jamaica during the late 1700s. Trelawny has pockets of rich culture indigenous to the parish. The southern section of Trelawny is a part of the Cockpit Country and is uninhabitable. It is, therefore, a natural reserve for flora and fauna; most of Jamaica’s 27 endemic bird species can be found there, along with yellow snakes, and the giant swallowtail butterfly, the largest butterfly in the western hemisphere

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