A Birder's West Indies: An Island-by-Island Tour
Foreword by BC Northrup. Afterword by B Butler. Illustrations by MH Wolf. Describes the unique natural features of each island and recounts the fascinating experience of seeking out the nearly 400 species of birds known in the West Indies.
Jamaica, the most endemics -- Cuba, island of contradictions -- Dominican Republic, land of contrasts -- Puerto Rico, North America's only tropical forest -- Tortola, island of doves -- St. John and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands -- St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands -- Saba, an island time forgot -- Anguilla, tranquillity wrapped in blue -- St. Martin, a northeastern gateway -- Antigua, island in the sun -- Montserrat, the emerald isle -- Guadeloupe, a green land with beautiful waters -- Dominica, the nature island -- Martinique, island of flowers -- St. Lucia, island of mystery -- St. Vincent, poor but wealthy -- Grenada, the island of spice.
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