Located at the southern end of the Windward Islands, St Vincent rises steeply from the black sand beaches into the forested interior. Dominated by the volcanic peak of La Soufriere, one of the most active in the eastern Caribbean, St Vincent is home to two endemic species, the St Vincent Parrot and the Whistling Warbler. Both species can be easily seen along the Vermont Forest Trail.

Red-billed Tropicbird

Red-billed Tropicbird © Terry Lunn

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St Lucia and St Vincent, 25th July - 9th August 2004, author Surfbirds Admin (added October 2, 2004)

St. Vincent - March 30-31, 2008, author Jim Holmes (added June 25, 2008)
(Whistling Warbler and St. Vincent's Parrot)

St Lucia and St Vincent - June 2005, author Mike Powell (added July 19, 2005)

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Palm Island, Mayreau, Tobago Cays & Union Island- Scaramouche cruise, 3 STILT and 4 Spotted SANDPIPERS, WILSON'S author John Furse (added December 27, 2005)