Birding Adventures
Paddy Cunningham
5181 SW 27th Terrace
Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 33312
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Tropical Adventures — 2017

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In The Bahamas and Jamaica

Travel to the Caribbean and Central America in search of colorful, beautiful and rare tropical birds. We stay in enchanting eco-lodges within rainforests with garden settings that increases birding opportunities each day. Guided by Paddy and local expert guides and drivers who have extensive in-country knowledge of where to find the most bird species. JUST AMAZING TRIPS.

March 24-26 — Grand Bahamas Tropical Adventure

Only a 5 hour ferry ride away but a whole different world awaits us with tropical bird species in the Grand Bahamas. Lead by local expert Erika Gates who will shows us the specialties such as Bananaquit, Red-legged Thrush, Western Spindalis, Cuban Emerald & Bahama Woodstar Hummingbirds.

We will stay in a garden bed and breakfast next to the beach to maximize our chances to see a variety of birds. On the ferry ride we will pelagic bird from the deck. Day trips will include Garden of the Gods and numerous birding hot spots. All transportation on island is provided in a comfortable bus.

Trip includes 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, 1 lunch, transfers to and from ferry in Bahamas, expert guide Paddy Cunningham and local expert Erika Gates.

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June 18-22 — Jamaica Tropical Adventure

As a tropical island, Jamaica's climate is a bird haven year round. The island also boasts a range of habitat which attracts a variety of bird species, from lush lowland jungles and extensive shorelines to high elevation mountains and midrange grasslands, meandering rivers, dramatic waterfalls, coffee plantations and dry savannahs. There are 28 endemics found nowhere else in the world and last year as we found them all.

The spectacular views from Strawberry Hill and the veranda of our Blue Mountain hideaway Woodside provide great birding and dining opportunities. Goblin Hill Villas overlooking a turquoise bay is tropical lodging and was a great location for Parrot and Potoo watching. Ecclesdown Road is some of the best birding in Jamaica where we found both Jamaican Lizard and Chestnut-billed Cuckoos. Part of the fun of the trip is the great cultural experiences at the Old Tavern Coffee Plantation and the tranquil Reach Falls. Join the fun.

Trip includes: Expert Jamaican Leader-Lyndon Johnson, Cultural Leader Lynda Lee Burke and Expert Guide Paddy Cunningham, All Meals, Transportation & Airport Transfers in Jamaica.

All activities described including: Blue Mountain National Park, Rio Grande Rafting, Reach Falls, Clifton Mount, Holleywell National Park, Strawberry Hill, Castleton Botanical Gardens, Old Tavern Coffee Plantation, Lodging-Woodside Manor-Blue Mountains, Goblin Hill Villas-Port Antonio Cost-$1750 dbl. occupancy Does NOT include airfare from Miami to Kingston, Jamaica.