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Endless Birds: Caribbean Birds in Every Shape and Form

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In recent times, I’ve been paying more attention to Caribbean birds. Around my home, there are two distinct pairs of grey kingbirds which often fight each other if pairs dare to veer into the others’ territories. Additionally, there is also a pair of Barbados bullfinches (known in Barbados as sparrows) who come by several times a day for bread. Then there are yellow breasts, black birds, cow birds, ground doves, wood doves, egrets, parrots and Eurasian ring neck doves.

This post is dedicated to bird lovers, bird enthusiasts and ornithologists. The Caribbean is fast becoming one of the top birding destinations in the world. There are several species of endemic, indigenous and foreign birds at locations all over the Caribbean. As a result, many Caribbean destinations have developed guides about birds in the region as well as birding tours and events to satisfy the growing demand for birding and ecological tourism travellers.

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