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12 myths about Jamaica

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Even though Jamaica is a small Caribbean island, with a population of a little bit less than 3 million, its unique culture (especially reggae and marijuana) brought it a worldwide fame and glory. Probably not everyone knows where Trinidad and Tobago is, but everyone knows where Jamaica is. Or if someone can’t show it on the map, at least they have an idyllic image how Jamaica should look like. I also came to Jamaica with a head full of stereotypes. But the Jamaica I found was far away from Bob Marley’s songs. Here are 12 myth busters that will completely change your idea about Jamaica.

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Photographer’s Guide to Birds in Jamaica
September 12, 2015
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Photographer’s Guide to Birds in Jamaica

Jamaica, Nature

Do all birds in Jamaica have red eyes and whistle reggea from their perches? Probably not. But birdwatching in Jamaica is still quite an adventure. Pelicans preying for their lunch in the former pirate’s port and wickedest town in the World. Or the heron, eating a crab on the beach, where Columbus took his first steps after a long journey through the ocean. “Photographer’s Guide to Birds” is in Jamaica. This Caribean island is home for around 324 birdies species. 28 of them are unique and only residing in Jamaica. Here are 18 most common bird species in Jamaica, that even an amateur birdwatcher’s eye can easily spot and enjoy.

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