WOODPECKER CONSERVATION TOUR
December 4-10, 2016: Caribbean Endemics of GUADELOUPE—NEW TOUR
Amazing bird diversity on this fascinating Caribbean island!
Woodpecker of Conservation Concern: Guadeloupe Woodpecker
Key Bird Species: Guadeloupe boasts a master island list of 273 species. Among these, we could easily see dozens of regional endemics on this trip! Major highlights will include:
Bridled Quail-Dove; Lesser Antillean Swift; Purple-throated and Green-throated Caribs; Antillean Crested Hummingbird; Guadeloupe Woodpecker; Lesser Antillean Pewee; Sad Flycatcher; Forest thrush; Pearly-eyed Thrasher; Brown Trembler; Plumbeous Warbler; Lesser Antillean Bullfinch; Lesser Antillean Saltator; and Antillean Euphonia.
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Other Highlights: Dozens of endemic vascular plants, and many endemic fauna, way beyond the birds; excellent looks at the threatened Guadeloupe Woodpecker; delicious Creole and French cuisine; fresh tropical fruits with nearly every meal (and in your rum drinks, if you so desire!); and the warm island hospitality of our local hosts and guides.
Guides: Steve Shunk and local guides
Cost TBA, from Miami. Approximately $3,500, Includes 6 nights in Guadeloupe.
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Enjoy some albums of photos taken by past tour participant Thomas Taylor of Guadeloupe.