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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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Photographer’s Guide to Birds in Mexico

Mexico, Nature

Mountains, desserts, plains, jungles, beaches. The variety of Mexican landscape and climate makes it a paradise for biodiversity. It is believed, that there is over 200,000 different species in this country, that covers between 10 % and 12 % of all the species of the planet. Mexico is  home for 1026 different bird species, and is 15th in World’s birdwatchers paradises list. “Photographer’s Guide to Birds” is now exploring  Mexico. With stunningly beautiful photos, discover 25 most common bird species in Mexico. All of them you can spot easily, no need to sit in the jungle with binoculars for weeks or have a very experienced and professional birdwatcher’s eye.

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Photographer’s Guide to Birds in Cuba

Cuba, Nature

This tropical Carribean island is known as “Queen of the Caribbean” for its rich biodiversity.  Cuba is home for 368 different bird species. 25 of them is  only possible to see in Cuba and no other part of the World. Also Cuba is home to the World’s smallest bird and smallest owl “Photographer’s Guide to Birds” is now moving to Cuba. In 17 photos most common Cuban birds come to life, including a Cuban national bird – Cuban Trogon, which only exist on this island, and wild Flamingos. That are not in a zoo or in a frontyard and made out of plastic. Most of the birds, presented here are easy to spot, even without any background in birdwatching.

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