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Of: Habana, , Cuba
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R. Sanchez
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Habana, , Cuba


Available: Anytime
Language: Spanish, English

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I am working on a Cuban birds checklist in German, Italian and French. Birding mainly in Zapata Swamp, and Sierra de los Organos in Pinar del Rio.

Another birding place in Topes de Collantes-Trinidad.

Always looking for endemics birds endangered Bee Hummingbird,Zapata Wren,Zapata Rail, Zapata Sparrow, common Cuban Trogon and Cuban Tody. Specialist in cuban owls, Stygian Owl and Cuban Pygmy Owl, always in Zapata Swamp, Bermejas, Santo Tomas, La Salina and Hatiguanico River. Don't forget interesting Gundlach Hawk, endemic Prey, rare to find in Tesoro Lake, Guama. Pinar del Rio is good for Cuban Solitaire, Cuban Green Woodpecker and Bee Hummingbird.

I recomended Route Fermin Z. Cervera begin La Habana, Botanical Garden, travel East Hatiguanico River, Guama, La Salina, Santo Tomas and Bermejas. Three days, and after Pinar del Rio, Vinales,Soroa, Guira, two days, and finally Guanahacabibes Far West, Cuban Tody, Cuban Trogon, Bee Hummingbird and a lot of endemic lizard anolis and boas, genus Tropidophis.



Area and hotspots
La Habana Botanical Garden, Zapata Swamp, Sierra de los Organos in Pinar del Rio, Topes de Collantes-Trinidad, Bermejas, Santo Tomas, La Salina and Hatiguanico River, Tesoro Lake, Guama, Vinales,Soroa, Guira,Guanahacabibes Far West

Local birds
Bee Hummingbird,Zapata Wren,Zapata Rail, Zapata Sparrow, common Cuban Trogon and Cuban Tody, Stygian Owl, Cuban Pygmy Owl, Gundlach Hawk, Cuban Solitaire, Cuban Green Woodpecker and Bee Hummingbird



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