Jamaica: Endemic Birding and More
Hosted by Denver Audubon
Our Jamaican birding tour focuses on seeing the twenty-nine Jamaican endemic bird species and about a hundred other key birds (including many Caribbean endemics).
Besides its twenty-nine unique endemic species, Jamaica also features five endemic genera: Streamertails (Trochilus); Pseudoscops (Owl), Yellow-shouldered Grassquit (Loxipasser); Orangequit (Euneornis); and Jamaican Blackbird (Nesopsar).
Everyone will enjoy the spectacular and productive birding in a range of habitats from the pristine Blue Mountains National Park to the coastal landscapes of this Caribbean island.
More Details About this Trip:
Pricing: $2,690 for 7 Days and 6 Nights.
Group Size: Most tours viable at 7 to 8 participants.
February 6 to 12, 2022
Jamaica: Endemic Birding and More with with Arturo Kirkconnell and Ann Haynes-Sutton: February 6 to 12
Ring-tailed Pigeon, Crested Quail-dove, Jamaican Mango, Red-billed Streamertail, Black-billed Streamertail, Chestnut-bellied Cuckoo, Jamaican Lizard-cuckoo, Jamaican Owl, Jamaican Woodpecker, Black-billed Amazon, Yellow-billed Amazon, Jamaican Parakeet, Jamaican Becard, Large Jamaican Elaenia, Small Jamaican Elaenia, Sad Flycatcher, Rufous-tailed Flycatcher, Jamaican Pewee, Blue Mountain Vireo, Jamaican Vireo, Jamaican Crow, White-eyed Thrush, White-shinned Thrush, Jamaican Euphonia, Jamaican Spindalis, Orangequit and Yellow-shouldered Grassquit