A Celebration of Neotropical Birds: Invitation to Trinidad’s World-Famous Asa Wright Nature Centre

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Most birders who have visited Trinidad agree that it is perhaps the single best place to gain an introduction to South American birds. Lying barely 12...

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Most birders who have visited Trinidad agree that it is perhaps the single best place to gain an introduction to South American birds. Lying barely 12 miles off the coast of Venezuela, Trinidad’s bird life is much like that of northern South America but without the daunting variety.

From the comforts of the lodge’s veranda, one can see dozens of species including tanagers, honeycreepers, and antshrikes while sipping the regional coffee or savoring the traditional rum punch. The ease of access to manakin leks and Oilbird caves makes Trinidad a top choice for birders wishing to savor the delights of Neotropical birding.

Join Rafael Galvez, VENT tour leader and artist extraordinaire, for this educational webinar about the life histories of typical bird species found at Trinidad’s Asa Wright Nature Centre, world-famous for its stunning variety of birds, and learn how this knowledge extends to other New World birding destinations in VENT’s tour offerings.
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