The Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds (SCSCB) changes name to “BirdsCaribbean”

News Release Date: October 23, 2013 (Kingston, Jamaica) October 18, 2013 – Today the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds (SCSCB) [1], the largest single organization devoted to wildlife conservation in the Caribbean, announced the renaming of the organization to “BirdsCaribbean.” The name change reflects the proactive, multi-faceted, and inclusive nature of the organization, which continues in its role of assisting wildlife professionals, educators, and community mem...
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Caribbean Birding Trail

Launches New Training Program for 24 Tour Guides on Grenada (St. Georges, Grenada) July 8th, 2013  - Ramier. Godbird. Chicken Hawk. Until recently, that is how many of the Caribbean Birding Trail Guide Training participants would have described some of Grenada’s common birds. Now, after having successfully completed the five-day training course, participants know that these birds have common English names that are recognized internationally by the birding community: Scaly-naped Pigeon (Ramier),...
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Bird Lovers Pay Attention!

The 19th Regional Meeting of the Society for the Conservation and Study of Caribbean Birds will be held 27-31 July 2013 St. George's University, Grenada Theme: Bird Conservation in a Changing Climate As a lead up to the birding conference which sees up to 300+ persons, Caribbean Horizons Guides will be part of the intensive bird guiding - training which will take place in June using experienced facilitators and research ornithologists as presenters. Our "graduation" will be to take the birders ...
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Grenada Birds

I was delighted with the pictures of Grenada as I was only there for 7 days, and furthermore, the weather was bad. So, I can imagine what I would have obtained had I been there longer and in better weather. I loved the island and the people and will return next time for a longer stay. I would like to photograph the flora and butterflies more next time, and the monkeys which I missed. Grenada is certainly a complete unknown for wildlife and photography, but I had my best ever day photographing b...
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