Tell Us About a Site

Know of a great birding spot on your island? Or a really special cultural or historical place? Do you run a lodge or hotel? We would love to know!

Please use the forms below to tell us about a site that you think is special for birds, wildlife, or is culturally significant.

Fill out the forms online:
Form 1: Birding site
Form 2: Cultural/Historical site or Accommodation

Or, download the forms, fill them in, save to your computer and then email them to info@caribbeanbirdingtrail.org
Form 1: Birding site
Form 2: Cultural/Historical site or Accommodation

With the Caribbean Birding Trail, we seek to connect people with the unique heritage of the Caribbean, both natural and cultural. By making this connection we hope to raise awareness about the importance of the Caribbean’s natural resources and increase the value of places like parks and protected areas on the islands. This is urgently needed, as every day, these areas are threatened by development.

We are seeking information on sites throughout the insular Caribbean (including Trinidad & Tobago) that YOU think should be included on the Caribbean Birding Trail. We are looking for great birding sites across all habitats, as well as cultural and historical sites and eco-friendly accommodations and lodges. This is an exciting chance to bring further sustainable tourism opportunities to your community!

We will also use the information you provide to create an interactive map on our website. Here are some screenshots of what we are developing!

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What We Do

Through birds we connect you to the extraordinary places, diverse cultures and people of the Caribbean.

There are countless fascinating stories to be told through birds. Discover an island's bird life, and you will discover Caribbean heritage.

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The Caribbean Birding Trail is a project of BirdsCaribbean, a 501(c)3 non-profit.

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Caribbean Birdwatch

Catch up on past issues of Caribbean Birdwatch, a feature in Liat's Zing magazine that highlights the region's birding hotspots.

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