Anthony Levesque created the local bird NGO, AMAZONA, in 1998 when he first moved to Guadeloupe, worked as a ranger at Petite-Terre Nature Reserve, and then as a wildlife consultant for the National Hunting and Wildlife Agency. He’s since started his bird guiding company, Levesque Birding Enterprise. Anthony's an active birdwatcher (the most active eBirder in the Caribbean, with over 500 species identified in the region) who recently coauthored Lynx and BirdLife International Field Guides’ Birds of the West Indies. Anthony has banded more than 10,000 birds and identified over 50 species previously unrecorded in Guadeloupe. Anthony leads tours all over Guadeloupe and has never failed to show visitors the endemic Guadeloupe Woodpecker.