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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.


Upcoming Dates: 

February 6 to 12, 2022











Jamaica: Endemic Birding and More with with Arturo Kirkconnell and Ann Haynes-Sutton: February 6 to 12


Top Reasons to Book Tour


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


Jamaican Coney (Hutia), Jamaican Fig-eating Bat, Jamaican Flower Bat, Jamaican Fruit Bat, Jamaican Greater Funnel-eared Bat, Jamaican Red Bat, Javan Mongoose

Cloud forest, rain forest, arid scrub and coastal vegetation. The spectacular Blue Mountains National Park

Habitats and

Special Sites

Other Attractions

The culture, music, beautiful habitats, beaches

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