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BirdsCaribbean is a vibrant international network of members and partners committed to conserving Caribbean birds and their habitats in the insular Caribbean (including Bermuda, the Bahamas and all islands within the Caribbean basin).

Their mission is to raise awareness, promote sound science, and empower local partners to build a region where people appreciate, conserve and benefit from thriving bird populations and ecosystems.

With 32 years of experience, BirdsCaribbean has built an extensive and active network of more than 60 partners across the region that includes government agencies, institutions, businesses, and non-profits.

Together with their partners, they develop regional projects to achieve their bird conservation goals. They also work to engage people of all ages in learning about birds—their beauty, value and why it is important to protect them.

Flagship programs include:

  1. Caribbean Endemic Bird Festival
  2. West Indian Whistling-Duck and Wetlands
  3. Conservation Project
  4. Caribbean Waterbird Census
  5. Caribbean Birding Trail


These programs seek to demonstrate the economic value of birds and their habitats. As a result, BirdsCaribbean and its partners have developed numerous regional projects, activities, and materials that facilitate local research, management, conservation, education and outreach.

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