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Jamaica

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Crested Quail-Dove, one of Jamaica’s thirty endemic birds: Photo by Patrick Maurice

Welcome to our guide to the birds of Jamaica! Known for its vibrant culture and stunning landscapes, Jamaica is a Caribbean paradise with a diverse array of ecosystems, from lush rainforests to coastal lagoons and tropical mountains. This variety of habitats supports a rich assortment of bird species, many of which are endemic to the island. In this section, you’ll explore Jamaica’s avian wonders through our meticulously curated guides. From the iridescent beauty of the Jamaican Streamertail, the national bird, to the striking plumage of the Jamaican Tody, Jamaica’s birdlife offers a captivating glimpse into the country’s natural charm. Whether you’re birdwatching in the Blue Mountains or exploring the mangroves of Black River, we invite you to delve into our guides and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Jamaican birds.