For the second time, BirdWatching magazine, in collaboration with the Caribbean Conservation Trust, is promoting an exclusive, birding program to Cuba, the Caribbean’s largest and most ecologically diverse island nation.
With the recent relaxation of restrictions on travel to Cuba, many U.S. birders are considering a visit to that bird-rich nation so close to Florida. What to bring? - binoculars, for starters, and probably a field guide. But what sort of field guide? - print or...
The main purpose of our trip to Cuba was to find and identify the endemic birds on the island of Cuba and outlying Cays. Endemic is defined as ” native or restricted to a certain country or area”. Our group saw 24 of the 26 possibilities. We did not see the Cuban...
In this Ecoreport feature, we hear from Gary Markowski from the Caribbean Conservation Trust, a small US company that has been bringing bird watchers to Cuba for the past 20 years.
BirdWatching magazine, in collaboration with Caribbean Conservation Trust, Inc. (CCT) is promoting an exclusive U.S.-led and U.S.-managed birding program to Cuba! The program is coordinated under U.S. government authorization by Connecticut-based CCT. CCT staff have a 20-year history of managing bird-conservation programs in Cuba.
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
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