Bird watchers will check plenty off their list during a trip to Dominica. The Nature Isle features 175 species including the endemic Jacquot (Jaco) Parrot and Imperial (Sisserou) parrots, 4 native hummingbird species and other noteworthy birds such as the Blue-hooded Euphonia, Mountain Whistler, Broad-winged Hawk.

Jungle Bay arranges custom birding itineraries with guides such as the island’s famous guide, Bertrand “Birdy“ Jno Baptiste, who will take you to hidden bird hot-spots and ensure you have a most memorable twitching experience on the Nature Island.

The following are resources as researched and recommended by our friends at AVirtual

BirdLife International: Detailed report of Dominica’s birds… see the PDF here

Fatbirder: Provides useful resources, links and information about birding in Dominica… read details here

Rare Species Conservatory Foundation: Since 1997, RSCF and Dominica’s government have partnered to research and conserve Dominica’s parrots… read more.

Birds Caribbean: a nonprofit membership organization working to conserve the birds of the Caribbean and their habitats… read more.

ebird CaribbeanOnline checklist program for birding run by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society… read more.

Avibase: World bird database – Dominica

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