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Keeping the Faith

1 month ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

You may have heard the news that resonated throughout the international birding circuit some months ago - in case you missed it you can read my gloss-over here. Several tour companies and birders seeking to investigate birding in the country with the second highest bird species density in the world indicated that it may be futile to pursue a birding trip to Trinidad & Tobago given the closure of a single lodge.
I wish to formally assure the faint of heart that we are definitely not a country of a single lodge. Over the past few months, a dedicated team of birding professionals have been...
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