Cuba Bird Survey with Nils Navarro & Michael Good with travel to Cuba’s Western Mountains, Zapata Peninsula, Northern Archipelago, Escambray Valley and Havana. November 2018, February and April 2019
The Caribbean Conservation Trust (CCT) is offering an exclusive U.S.-led and managed herpetology and natural history excursion to Cuba. In addition to American Herpetologist Jeff Lemm and Dr Luis Diaz, Curator of Herpetology at Cuba’s National Museum of Natural History, our team will include a bilingual Cuban tour leader and local naturalists who are experts in their respective geographic regions of Cuba.
Join C. Colston (Cole) Burrell, in partnership with the Caribbean Conservation Trust (CCT), for an exclusive U.S.- led and managed cultural and natural history excursion to Cuba! The program is coordinated under U.S. government authorization through Connecticut-based CCT, which is proud of its 22-year history managing bird conservation and natural history programs in Cuba.
For the fourth time, BirdWatching magazine, in collaboration with the Caribbean Conservation Trust (CCT), is promoting a birding program to Cuba, the Caribbean’s largest and most ecologically diverse island nation. Along with noted author and BirdWatching contributing writer Noah Strycker, our team will include acclaimed Cuban scientist Dr. Luis Diaz, curator of the National Museum of Natural History in Havana.
While there will be daily opportunities for birding on this trip, our focus expands to include a range of Cuban fauna and flora, and the ecology and history of regions we visit. At different intervals throughout the program we will hear from Cuban experts about the natural relationship of Cuban species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, as well as arachnids (spiders) and insects and other invertebrates such as mollusks and butterflies.