Cuba - planes, cars, wagons, bikes, and more Varieties of vehicles seen while traveling between birding areas in Cuba
2015 Cuba Bird Survey for CCT/IBO February 15, 2015 arrived Havana. Visited many sites over next 12 days. Photos in album are in date taken order. Location is stored in a tab field.
During trip with Caribbean Conservation Trust Feb 15-27, 2015. Havana, San Diego de los Banos, Zapata area, Camaguey, Cayo Coco, Santa Clara, Havana
Willem Lange travels to Cuba and speaks to guide Michael Good about birding, bird counting and habitat in Cuba.
The conservation of Neotropical migrants — birds that breed in North America and winter in the tropics — has come into focus in recent years. Long-term population declines have been detected in many species, but their complex annual cycle makes determining causes and...
Cuba: Birding in a Caribbean Time Warp Bird Watcher's Digest July/August 2013 article on Connecticut Audubon/CCT Program.
Link to DNS Cuba blog: https://02b93fb.netsolhost.com/blog/tag/cuba/ Joe Sebastiani, Seasonal Program Team Leader writes: "During our two-week trip to Cuba, the Delaware Nature Society team of “skilled avian field workers” found more than 160 species of birds. We...
I just returned from a fantastic two week trip to Cuba with the New Mexico Ornithological Association and the Caribbean Conservation Trust to survey / photograph the avian fauna of Cuba. It will take some time to edit the images from the trip, but overall, the trip...
Cuba may have been restricted politically and economically for the past 50 years, but its borders have remained open to wildlife for which Cuba’s undeveloped islands are an irresistible draw. While many islands in the Caribbean have poisoned or paved over their...
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