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Photos by Keith Clarkson, Béatrice Henricot and Ryan Chenery
As with many species in the region, the Lesser Antillean Bullfinch has 8 subspecies endemic to select islands.
The Brown Trembler (pictured) and Grey Trembler belong to an entire genera restricted only to the Lesser Antilles (Ryan Chenery).
The Barbuda Warbler is one of four single island endemic warblers in the region (Béatrice Henricot).
Our time on Guadeloupe promises close encounters with normally secretive species such as Bridled Quail Dove (Béatrice Henricot).
One of three singe-island endemic orioles in the Lesser Antilles - the Martinique Oriole (Béatrice Henricot).
The tiny Blue-headed Hummingbird is a near endemic known only to Dominica and Martinique (Béatrice Henricot).
The White-breasted Thrasher is found on the dry forests in St.Lucia (Keith Clarkson).
St.Vincent Parrots are a wonderful conservation success story and now number almost 1000 mature adults - a far cry from the population of 120 in 1980 (Keith Clarkson).