Trinidad

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International Expeditions guests Bill and Pam Daws just returned from our February Guyana tour, and were kind enough to share their favorite experiences. Nature travel often brings with it the unexpected, and Mr. and Mrs. Daws share what it is like when tour plans don’t go 100% according to plan.

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Trinidad is home to many exotic birds, and the piping guan is one of the rare species that true birding enthusiasts will hope to see on International Expeditions’ new Guyana & Trinidad tour. Locals refer to the piping guan as "pawi," and not much is known about them.

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Even for those used to greeting each day to the gently lilting songs of the local birdlife, waking up at Trinidad’s Asa Wright Nature Center is a one of a kind nature travel experience.

The sound of the crested oropendola is a jingling mix between a clicking washboard, sing-song chimes and a kazoo. Visitors who are lucky enough to visit the area during breeding or nesting seasons will hear the birds' unique calls as they find their partners or communicate messages of territory. During other times of the year, the bird is nearly silent.

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Hundreds of bird species are attracted to the dense tropical forests of Trinidad. But these avian creatures aren't the only ones flocking to the Caribbean island — birders are also drawn to the area, seeking out the spectacular and rare species that live there.

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The Caribbean may be more popular for its beaches than the possibilities for nature travel, but those with an eye for birdlife are going to love International Expeditions’ new journey to Guyana and Trinidad. While there is a wealth of birding destinations for travelers heading to the island nation of Trinidad, there is no better place to spot the local avian life than Asa Wright Nature Center.

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