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A Birdwatchers' Guide to Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico and the Caymans [Paperback]

Guy M. Kirwan , Arturo Kirkconnell , Mike Flieg


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January 2010 Prion Birdwatchers' Guide Series
This guide covers the Greater Antilles, which comprises five groups of islands and six countries. From Cuba, with about 360 species, to the Cayman Islands with just over 220 species, the Greater Antilles have recorded just over 550 species and this total contains more than 100 single island endemics and many more restricted range species making these islands a very attractive proposition to the visiting birder. The site accounts have details of location, birding strategy, accommodation and, of course, the birds. More than 80 sites are detailed, many with accompanying maps. A full species lists shows exactly what has been seen in each country, and the selective list helps to target the best places to visit. As well as covering the very best birding sites, the authors have also tried to include some locations close to main holiday centres used by birders with families.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Guide Aug. 22 2013
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I highly recommend this guide to any birder planning to visit these areas. Having been to Cuba, I can state unequivocally that the recommendations are spot-on, right down to the sometimes obscure landmarks. If you're not traveling with a group like the Caribbean Conservation Trust (or even if you are!) this guide is essential. Highly recommended, written by authoritative authors. They know the areas and the birds like no one else.
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