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Audubon Magazine Blog

Audubon Magazine Blog
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 08:00:00 -0700

This afternoon the five of us drove from Montego Bay to Boston Bay, past Ian Fleming's Goldeneye estate, and stopped en route at a place called Frenchman's Cove where an endemic Jamaican Owl was staked out on its day roost. We are staying tonight in a ...


Fri, 11 Dec 2015 22:01:18 -0800

Most people visit Jamaica to laze on the glorious beaches, sipping rum cocktails. Maybe get their hair braided while listening to reggae. But there I was, chasing a bloody Jamaican owl through the hot and humid forest. At five o'clock in the morning ...

Jamaica Gleaner

Jamaica Gleaner
Fri, 18 Jul 2014 22:03:45 -0700

... the forests prevent floods and landslides; it is home to a high diversity of unique plants and animals like the giant swallowtail butterfly, Jamaican Coney, Jamaican owl and the Jamaica boa; its forests are the lungs of eastern Jamaica; the Maroons ...

Economic Times

Economic Times
Wed, 09 Apr 2014 14:07:35 -0700

Jamaica is the birding gem of the Caribbean, boasting over 28 endemic species of birds and numerous other Caribbean specialties. This beautiful island is blessed with wide ranges of mountains that loom thousands of feet into clear blue skies, lowland ...

Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveler
Fri, 24 Aug 2012 07:48:12 -0700

The one bird I absolutely had to see at Mocking Bird Hill was the Jamaican Owl. It is widespread on the island but very difficult to locate, and several of them were reputed to frequent the hotel's grounds. After dinner, Ricardo and I went out ...

Jamaica Observer

Jamaica Observer
Wed, 27 Feb 2013 00:03:52 -0800

Of those, the Jamaican iguana, the yellow snake, the Jamaican coney, the Jamaican owl, and the yellow-and black-billed parrot are found only in Jamaica. Though they all face various degrees of threat, the iguanas are the most vulnerable, the zoo's ...

Jamaica Observer

Jamaica Observer
Wed, 25 May 2011 03:02:25 -0700

IN recognition of International Day for Biodiversity, celebrated on May 22, Environment Watch provides you this month with insight into some of Jamaica's endemic species -- dubbed 'Born Jamaicans' by the Jamaica Environment Trust, which has launched a ...

Vanity Fair.it

Vanity Fair.it
Tue, 04 Dec 2012 01:46:17 -0800

L'uccello che dovevo assolutamente vedere a Mocking Bird Hill era il Jamaican Owl (Pseudoscops grammicus). È abbastanza diffuso sull'isola, ma difficile da avvistare, anche se pare che molti frequentino i campi intorno all'hotel. Dopo pranzo, andai a ...

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