The “Bird-zine” competition: a creative challenge for Caribbean residents

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BirdsCaribbean has been coming up with a whole range of online activities and learning opportunities for young (and older) bird enthusiasts – or just for people of any age who want to know more about the remarkable and unique birds that call our region home. By the way, the regional non-governmental organization focuses on island birds – not the peripheral Caribbean countries that are part of mainland ecosystems such as Belize, Guyana and Suriname (although they have amazing birds, also). So, from Dutch-speaking Aruba in the south to the Bahamas in the north, BirdsCaribbean works with partners – local community-based organisations, government departments, and conservationists – right across our scattered islands.

The Black-billed Parrot is endemic to Jamaica. It lives only in the Cockpit Country, Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park, Mt. Diablo – and if you are lucky you might see one or two in Hope Gardens, in…

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