The endemic Jamaican Tody, at the Goblin Hill Villas, Portland, Jamaica. Photo by Steve Shunk

You awake to the drumming of Jamaican Woodpeckers, performing in the snag outside your window. Gray Kingbirds and White-chinned Thrushes call from the woodland edges just a few meters away. You saunter to your deck and pause for several minutes with your arms on the railing, bathing in the tropical breeze, as you stare across… Read more »

Codrington Lagoon, Antigua, by Ted Eubanks

A travel guide to Antigua for birders and conservationists. Part one of a four-part series.

Brown Noddy, Antigua, by Ted Eubanks

There are reportedly 365 beaches in Antigua, one for each day of the year. Each is seductive, each will tempt you. But head to the offshore islands and tropical forests to find the best birds.

Barbuda is home to the ONLY Antiguan endemic, the Barbuda Warbler, which is found in thorn-scrub forest in the interior of the island.