The Most Interesting Place on Earth

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The Most Interesting Place on Earth

Screen shot 2013-07-26 at 10.57.49 PMAs reported in previous posts on this blog, Antigua and Barbuda have been advancing bird tourism on their islands in consultation with sustainable tourism expert Ted Eubanks. After spending several days on the islands and exploring its many beautiful resources, Ted wrote a four-part travel guide to Antigua and Barbuda. The pieces were published on the Nature Travel Network website, and can be accessed here. Thanks to Ted for all these wonderful ideas for places to visit and things to do while on the island!

  1. Four Days on Antigua, The Most Interesting Place on Earth (1/4)
  2. First Stop: Explore Barbuda by Land and Sea (2/4)
  3. Beyond the Bling: Explore the Heart of Antigua Through Birds (3/4)
  4. Mouthwatering Images of Caribbean Birds. Not to Miss! (4/4)

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