This NEW! and exciting trip is a bird survey project and gives participants the opportunity to assist in conducting professional research under the guidance of field guide author Arturo Kirkconnell, his son, and team — an amazing chance for birders who have long hoped to visit Cuba. We are excited by the opportunity to explore and survey in detail several of Cuba’s most important conservation areas. We have a good chance to see 26 of the 28(+/-) living Cuban endemics, missing only two that are so rare or inaccessible that they are very rare to see (Zapata Rail and Cuban Kite). A highlight of the trip is the chance to do research with a professional ornithologist as you explore an exciting mix of habitats, from beachfront to mountain landscapes. This survey tour is limited to eight (8) people.
- Bird Cuba with expert ornithologists on a small group survey tour
- Explore an enticing mix of habitats, scenery, and time in Cuba's best birding areas
- Take part in important field research
- Witness nearly all of Cuba’s endemic birds
- See North American migrants and learn about how they use their wintering habitat
- Enjoy the stunning scenery of the Viñales Valley and Cayo Coco
- Explore and learn about the biological wealth of the Zapata wetlands
Photo credits: Banner: Cuban Trogon by Peg Abbott; Cuban Parrot by Rich Wagner | WildNaturePhotos; Cuban Green Woodpecker by Rich Wagner | WildNaturePhotos; Cuban Oriole by Peg Abbott; Fernandina's Flicker by Rich Wagner | WildNaturePhotos; Cuban Trogon by Peg Abbott; Cuban Bullfinch by Peg Abbott; Cuban Oriole by Peg Abbott; Female Bee Hummingbird by Peg Abbott; Cuban Pygmy Owl by Bud Ferguson; Cuban Gnatcatcher by Peg Abbott; Cuban Tody by Peg Abbott; Cuban Parrot by Greg Smith.