St Lucia is the second largest of the Windward Islands with spectacular forests, lush vegetation, hot sulphur springs and the magnificent Pitons, twin volcanic peaks rising dramatically from the coastline. From a birders perspective, St. Lucia offers more endemic species than any other island with St Lucia Parrot, St Lucia Pewee, St Lucia Warbler, St Lucia Black Finch and St Lucia Oriole. The St Lucia Parrot, once numbering in the millions in the time of Columbus, now has a population of just a few hundred restricted to the central rainforest reserve.
St Lucia Warbler © John Oates
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St Lucia and St Vincent, 25th July - 9th August 2004, author Surfbirds Admin (added October 2, 2004)
St Lucia - 27th August - 3rd September 2018, author Pete Aley (added November 23, 2018)
(St Lucia Parrot, Black Finch, Pewee, Oriole and Warbler plus House Wren, White-breasted Thrasher, other Lesser Antillen endemics and vagrant Glossy Ibis.)
Southern Caribbean Cruise - March 29 – April 5, 2009, author Jim Holmes (added May 20, 2009)
(Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, Barbados (Caribbean Coot, St. Lucian endemics, Barbados Bullfinch))
Birdwatching from the Cruise ship Azura: Destination the Lesser Antilles - October 2012, author Kelvin Pearce (link created December 8, 2012)
(St. Lucia, Antigua, Tortola, St Maarten, Grenada, Barbados)
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