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Trinidad Birders Join the Big Sit!

Posted by on Oct 22, 2014 in Asa Wright Nature Centre, Birds & Birding, Trinidad & Tobago | 0 comments

Naturalist Journeys and Caligo Ventures Applaud Trinidad’s Inaugural Event The Big Sit! is an annual, international, non-competitive birding event hosted annually by Bird Watcher’s Digest and founded by the New Haven (Connecticut) Bird Club. October 11 was the first count day and this year Trinidad had a team poised and ready to go. What better place to sit and bird than the famed Verandah of Asa Wright Nature Centre? The Asa Wright Nature Centre Bellbirds team captain, Ann Sealey, assembled an eager team, led by prominent field guide...

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Trinidad Birds – Scott Whittle’s Photos

Posted by on Nov 29, 2012 in Asa Wright Nature Centre, Birding & Birdwatching, Birds & Birding, Trinidad & Tobago, Uncategorized | 0 comments

One of the hallmarks of a really good bird photographer is the ability to show you the beauty of even the most humble looking birds. Case in point: Scott Whittle’s photo of a White-tipped Dove on the driveway at Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad.   See more of Scott Trinidad & Tobago pictures, as well as his bird pictures from all over the world, in his SmugMug galleries. via Trinidad Birds – Scott’s Photos. Share...

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Bird photographer Arthur Morris at Asa Wright Nature Centre

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Asa Wright Nature Centre, Birding & Birdwatching, Trinidad & Tobago | 0 comments

It’s always interesting when a bird you think you are familiar with gets shown to you in a whole different way. Take these two great photos the world-renowned Arthur Morris took during a brief stay at Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad this June. The first is of a White-Bearded Manakin, the second of a Golden-headed Manakin. Both have leks on property at the Centre. If you want to learn a great deal about bird photography, there are few Better places that Arthur’s Birds as Art blog. Share...

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Beginnings: Birding at Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad

Posted by on Jul 3, 2012 in Asa Wright Nature Centre, Birding & Birdwatching, Trinidad & Tobago | 0 comments

    It’s always a tricky question: How do you start a blog? What do you start it with? Fortunately an easy answer made itself obvious. We’ll start with a repost from a blogger that’s been doing it longer and better than us: Mike Bergin at 10,000 Birds. He says all we’d like to say about the wonderful place that is the Asa Wright Nature Centre, and more . . . A cherished handful of Central and South American locations enjoy international renown as absolutely mandatory destinations for adventurous bird watchers...

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