• Birding the Trinity Hills

    11 days ago - By 10,000 Birds

    It may seem like an unnecessarily recurring theme in my posts about birding within Trinidad & Tobago, but the more I write on the subject the more it becomes apparent that the number three must have some significance, somewhere. There's an unofficial series of posts on species of birds that occur in threes in T&T (see: bitterns , trogons , antshrikes , spinetails , manakins , hermits , honeycreepers , and resident warblers ). What's more is that on Trinidad, there are three distinct mountain ranges - the northern, central, and southern. While the first two are simply dubbed Northern Range...
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