September Chapter Meeting: The Birds of Cuba: the World’s Smallest and So Much More!

//September Chapter Meeting: The Birds of Cuba: the World’s Smallest and So Much More!

September Chapter Meeting: The Birds of Cuba: the World’s Smallest and So Much More!

Presented by PEPPER TRAIL

Join Pepper Trail on a voyage circumnavigating the beautiful island of Cuba. Home to 26 bird species found nowhere else, including the Bee Hummingbird—the smallest bird in the world—and the Giant Kingbird—the largest kingbird in the world. Not to mention trogons, todies, flamingos, lizard-cuckoos, and the cutest little owl you could ever hope to see, all illustrated with Pepper’s photographs and described with his customary panache. Don’t miss it! The photo depicts a Cuban Tody, his favorite Cuban bird.

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