Cuba Ornithological Study We just completed another amazing tour, full of birds and joy. We had a little bit of a bad weather on the northern keys.
This is just the extension of our previous ornithological study in Cuba thru the month of December with Paul Bannick, here we continued our adventure through the rest of the island.
We spend a whole week birding in Cuba taking photos of owls and woodpeckers, our main focus was on the Cuban Pygmy-Owl (Glaucidium siju) and Cuban Green Woodpecker (Xiphidiopicus percussus) although we took a lot of species.
The first time we visit the northern keys after the Hurricane Irma, to do our ornithological study, a lot of devastation and birds impact on the Keys, especially on Cayo Paredón and Cayo Romano, after a few hours walking and driving, we didn’t see anything of the local bird residents of the keys, as Thick-billed Vireo, Bahama Mockingbird, Cuban Gnatcatcher, not even Cuban Bullfinch or Western Spindalis etc…
As usual, we had a great time full of joy, entertainment, and birds, while we survey the island. Only that this time we encounter ourself with a few nice birds like; Eastern Kingbird, Eastern Wood-Pewee, and many others, we manage to explore the island right after the hurricane and conduct our Cuba Ornithological Survey with no problem or whatsoever.
What we had was a terrific time full of joy and entertainment, we manage to explore the island right after the hurricane, and conduct our Cuba Ornithological Study with no problem or whatsoever.
On this Ornithological Birding Study in Cuba, everything went very smooth, I really like it when it goes like this, as usual, the company is great
This is the Cuba birding tour report for the early part of February, great time what we hade with all of the participants here.
this time we had the pleasure to have Dollyann Myers which is the Woman alive with more birds after we got the Olive-capped Warbler been this one her #8151
The good thing about a 13 days tour, is that it give you the chance to visit places like Guanahacabibes Peninsula, the most western part of Cuba. Beautiful place and super productive during migration.