Cuba Ornithological Study Hosted By Andrew Haffenden – April 1

Tour Highlights Bird Cuba with experts on a small group survey tour Explore an exciting mix of habitats, scenery, and time in Cuba's best birding areas Be a part of important field research View nearly all of Cuba’s 26 endemic birds See North American migrants and learn about how they use their wintering habitat Enjoy the incredible scenery of the Viñales Valley

Cuba Ornithological Study Hosted By Andrew Haffenden – April 12020-01-29T23:42:47+00:00

Cuba Bird Survey: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics Hosted by PIB March 18

Trip Description You will visit some of the most important birding sites in Cuba, including the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula (a Biosphere Reserve), Viñales and Cayo Coco. Caya Coco is one of the most important migratory stops in all of the Caribbean. A good mix of habitats will be covered, including forests, marshes, mangroves, coastal shrubs, patches of grass, and lagoons. Everyone

Cuba Bird Survey: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics Hosted by PIB March 182020-01-29T18:36:33+00:00

Cuba Bird Survey: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics Hosted by PIB March 7

Trip Description You will visit some of the most important birding sites in Cuba, including the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula (a Biosphere Reserve), Viñales and Cayo Coco. Caya Coco is one of the most important migratory stops in all of the Caribbean. A good mix of habitats will be covered, including forests, marshes, mangroves, coastal shrubs, patches of grass, and lagoons. Everyone

Cuba Bird Survey: Cuban and Caribbean Endemics Hosted by PIB March 72020-01-29T13:55:18+00:00

CUBA – CARIBBEAN ENDEMIC BIRDING Hosted By RockJumper February 20

Trip Description You will visit some of the most important birding sites in Cuba, including the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula (a Biosphere Reserve), Viñales and Cayo Coco. Caya Coco is one of the most important migratory stops in all of the Caribbean. A good mix of habitats will be covered, including forests, marshes, mangroves, coastal shrubs, patches of grass, and lagoons. Everyone

CUBA – CARIBBEAN ENDEMIC BIRDING Hosted By RockJumper February 202020-01-29T04:26:00+00:00

CUBA – CARIBBEAN ENDEMIC BIRDING Hosted By RockJumper February 11

Trip Description You will visit some of the most important birding sites in Cuba, including the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula (a Biosphere Reserve), Viñales and Cayo Coco. Caya Coco is one of the most important migratory stops in all of the Caribbean. A good mix of habitats will be covered, including forests, marshes, mangroves, coastal shrubs, patches of grass, and lagoons.Everyone will also

CUBA – CARIBBEAN ENDEMIC BIRDING Hosted By RockJumper February 112020-01-29T04:20:21+00:00

Cuba Ornithological Study Hosted By PIB and ASGD

Trip Description You will visit some of the most important birding sites in Cuba, including the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula (a Biosphere Reserve), Viñales and Cayo Coco. Caya Coco is one of the most important migratory stops in all of the Caribbean. A good mix of habitats will be covered, including forests, marshes, mangroves, coastal shrubs, patches of grass, and lagoons. Everyone

Cuba Ornithological Study Hosted By PIB and ASGD2020-01-29T04:15:14+00:00

Cuba Ornithological Study Hosted By PIB

Trip Description You will visit some of the most important birding sites in Cuba, including the wetlands of the Zapata Peninsula (a Biosphere Reserve), Viñales and Cayo Coco. Caya Coco is one of the most important migratory stops in all of the Caribbean. A good mix of habitats will be covered, including forests, marshes, mangroves, coastal shrubs, patches of grass, and lagoons. Everyone

Cuba Ornithological Study Hosted By PIB2018-03-23T22:11:09+00:00

Cuba Ornithological Study February 20 – March 1, 2018

Cuba Ornithological Study Slowly but surely they are coming back from our last hurricane. These are from our last Cuba Ornithological Study, where we got them both, the Bahama Mockingbird and Thick-billed Vireo. Plus many many others along the way. Trip Report By Dates https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266042 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266082 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266180 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266187 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266219 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266234 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266241 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266248 https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S43266262

Cuba Ornithological Study February 20 – March 1, 20182018-04-27T18:10:37+00:00
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