<em>I headed for Jamaica this summer to speak at the 20th International Meeting of BirdsCaribbean, the leading conservation group in the Caribbean region. The meeting was phenomenal, with representatives from over 30 islands networking and sharing their science, conservation, and education projects. <a href=”http://www.birdscaribbean.org/tag/birdscarib2015/” target=”_blank”>#BirdsCarib2015</a></em> <a title=”Jamaica Kingston Red-billed Streamertail Steve Shunk” href=”http://naturetravelnetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/BBSTknutsford_P1390892.jpg”><img class=”wp-image-6659 size-large”… Read more

Dispatch from Jamaica: A Day at Goblin Hill Villas

Black-billed Streamertail at Goblin Hill Villas; Jamaica. Steve Shunk

Associate Editor Steve Shunk spent a magnificent week at the BirdsCaribbean conference in July 2015. In this post, he reports on the birds and comforts of his stay.  What sound did your alarm clock make this morning? Mine was a Gray Kingbird. Multiple Gray Kingbirds, actually. And I couldn’t exactly reach over and hit the… Read more

Steve Shunk, our associate editor, is headed to the Caribbean in a few days. Birding may not be the first thing people think of when planning a trip to the Caribbean, but Steve thinks these tropical islands give many reasons to change that perception. Steve will be attending the 20th International Meeting of BirdsCaribbean, which is… Read more

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