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    Travel & Taste: The Birds of Cuba

    Presented by at Mass Audubon Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

    December 1, 2011


    Travel & Taste: The Birds of Cuba

    Cuba, the Caribbean's largest and most ecologically diverse island, is a paradise for the visiting naturalist. Of the more than 285 regularly occurring bird species, 23 species are found nowhere else. Unique and important birding areas such as the Zapata Peninsula, the beautiful western province of Pinar del Rio, the north central coast and islands, the scenic central mountain range, and a wildlife preserve in the province of Camaguey collectively host such colorful and unusual species as Cuban trogan, Cuban tody, Fernandina flicker, blue-headed quail-dove, and Cuban screech-owl among others. Don't miss the Cuba Bird Survey trip with Wayne April 10-22, 2012! Pre-registration required for dinner.

    Mass Audubon Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

    280 Eliot St (Rt 16)
    Natick, MA 01760

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    Dinner and lecture: $24 members / $28 non-members, Lecture Only: $10m/$12 nm

    General Day and Time Info:

    Dinner at 6:30 pm, Lecture at 7:30 pm.

    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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