Spring Migration and Endemics with Michael Good
March 26 – April 3 / 4, 2023
You are invited to join Michael Good, on an exclusive, U.S. led and managed birding program to Cuba! The program is managed by the Caribbean Conservation Trust, Inc. (CCT), which is based in Connecticut. In early 2022 CCT staff began their 26th year of managing bird conservation and natural history programs in Cuba. Along with Michael, our team will include Cuban biologist and museum curator Dr. Giraldo Alayon, a bilingual Cuban tour leader and local naturalists in 4 different birding regions. They will guide you through some of the best bird habitats in Cuba, the Caribbean’s largest and most ecologically diverse island nation.
CCT designed this itinerary to take you to Cuba’s finest bird habitats, most beautiful national parks, diverse biosphere reserves, and unique natural areas. We will interact with local scientists and naturalists who work in research and conservation. In addition to birding, we will learn about the ecology and history of regions we visit.
Finally, and especially given the ongoing changes in U.S. – Cuban relations, we can expect some degree of inquiry into fascinating aspects of Cuban culture, history, and daily living during our visit.
Registration, Trip Costs, Terms, and Conditions
Land costs for the 9- day program are $ 3,995.00 per person for shared accommodations, with an additional $ 495.00 for Single supplements. The 1 day/night Havana extension option is $ 275.00 per person sharing, and $ 325.00 per single traveler.