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Red-billed Streamertail, Jamaica
On the 2013 Jamaica tour we saw all the endemics plus an excellent selection of other Caribbean specialities. One of the highlights were the multiple encounters with this beauty: the Red-billed Streamertail (Mark Van Beirs).
The Orangequit is endemic to Jamaica and its name is well chosen (Mark Van Beirs).
White-chinned Thrush, Jamaica
The endearing, endemic White-chinned Thrush loves oranges (Mark Van Beirs).
Jamaican Oriole, Jamaica
Jamaican Orioles also (Mark Van Beirs).
Zenaida Dove, Jamaica
Zenaida Doves are commonly seen at Marshall's Pen (Mark Van Beirs).
Northern Potoo, Jamaica
The Northern Potoo is always a great bird to see well. This one posed for us just outside the Great White House (Mark Van Beirs).
The forested limestone hills of the Cockpit Country hold good populations of the two endemic Amazons (Mark Van Beirs).
The dashing Merlin is a regular winter bird in Jamaica (Mark Van Beirs).
Ann Sutton and the group watching West Indian Whistling Ducks at the Black River Morass (Mark Van Beirs).
Mangrove Cuckoo, Jamaica
We had several excellent encounters with the usually not shy Mangrove Cuckoo (Mark Van Beirs).