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Birding Cuba by Bruce Anderson

Orange Audubon Society invites you to take a photo journey through western and central Cuba—including the Caribbean and Atlantic coasts—with Bruce H. Anderson, current
Orange County Coordinator for the Florida Breeding Bird Atlas II project.

Delight in photographs of most of the Cuban endemic bird species including the Bee Hummingbird (the smallest living bird in the world), the oddly-shaped tailed Cuban Trogon (Cuba’s national bird), the Cuban Parrot and Parakeet, the tiny and colorful Cuban Tody, the Giant Kingbird and others; join us to discover Bruce’s favorite!

Although this island country is less than 100 miles from Florida at its closest point, Cuban endemic bird species have rarely, unlike those from the nearby Bahamas, strayed to our coast; this makes Cuba a must destination for those wanting to add to their West Indies bird lists.

Please join us for this program about birds from one of our closest neighboring countries!

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  • Deborah G.
    Orange Audubon Society President, Organizer,
    Event Host
  • Ken
  • Faith +1
  • A former member

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