PUERTO RICO ENDEMIC + CARIBBEAN SPECIALTIES
CRUISE SHIP DAY TRIP
We'll be birding along the north-central coast of the Island looking to get the most we can in your short stop in your cruise trip. The area is where I live, so I'll be taking you to birding in my 'backyard' including some of my 'secret spots' and to some of not very known and birding spots of the area.
Great diversity of habitats: lagoons, coastal forests, karst forests, rain forests, cliffs, ponds, coast, marsh and grassland.
Between 9-13 endemics.
Among the endemic birds that are possible in this area are:
Among the birds that might catch your interest and possible are:
Loggerhead Kingbird (Nearly Endemic)
Antillean Euphonia (Nearly Endemic)
PR Pewee (Nearly Endemic)
Bridled Tern (Spring-Summer)
White-tailed Tropicbird (Jan-Mar)
Key West Quail- Dove
... and more.
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