Since 1997

Hispaniola Endemics

1 - Ridgway Hawk

(Buteo ridgwayi)

Punta Cana, Los Haitises

2 - White Fronted Quail Dove

(Geotrygon leucometopia)

Rabo de Gato Trail and Zapoten

3 - Hispaniolan Parakeet

(Psittacara chloropterus)

Santo Domingo and other areas

4 - Hispaniolan Parrot

(Amazona ventralis)

island wide

5 - Hispaniolan Lizard Cuckoo

(Coccyzus longirostris)

everywhere

6 - Bay Breasted Cuckoo

(Coccyzus rufigularis)

Puerto Escondido /transitional forest  (PE)

7 - Ashy Faced Owl

(Tyto glaucops)

PE and CH

8 - Least Pauraque

(Siphonorhis brewsteri)

PE and continue searching

9 - Hispaniolan Nightjar

(Antrostomus ekmani)

PE

10 - Hispaniolan Emerald

(Chlorostilbon swainsonii)

High elevations(HE) and Zapoten

11 - Hispaniolan Trogon

(Priotelus roseigaster)

HE

12 - Broad Billed Tody

(Todus subbulatus)

island wide and Villa Barrancoli

13 - Narrow Billed Tody

(Todus angustirostris)

HE

14 - Antillean Piculet

(Nesoctites micromegas)

island wide

15 - Hispaniolan Woodpecker

(Melanerpes striatus)

island wide

16 - Hispaniolan Pewee

(Contopus hispaniolensis)

HE

17 - Flat Billed Vireo

(Vireo nanus)

PE

18 - Hispaniolan Palm Crow

(Corvus palmarum)

Alcoa Road, Lago Enriquillo shore Baitoa and La Descubierto

19 - White Necked Crow

(Corvus leucognaphalus)

PE and Los Haitises

20 - La Selle Thrush

(Turdus swalesi)

Zapoten

21 - Palm Chat

(Dulus dominicus)

island wide

22 - Green Tailed Tanager

(Microligea palustris)

HE

23 - White Winged Tanager

(Xenoligea montana)

HE

24 - Black Crowned Palm Tanager

(Phaenicophilus palmarum)

island wide

25 - Grey Crowned Tanager

(Phaenicophilus poliocephalus)

ONLY in Haiti

26 - Western Chat Tanager

(Calyptophilus tertius)

HE and Zapoten

27 - Eastern Chat Tanager

(Calyptophilus frugivorus)

Cachote

28 - Hispaniolan Spindalis

(Spindalis dominicensis)

HE

29 - Hispaniolan Crossbill

(Loxia megaplaga)

HE, Alcoa Rd and Zapoten

30 - Hispaniolan Oriole

(Icterus dominicensis)

PE

31 - Antillean Siskin

(Spinus dominicensis)

HE

32 - Golden Swallow

(Tachycineta euchrysea)

Alcoa Road, Zapoten, (Valle Nuevo)

Contact

  • +1-809-686-0882
  • Monday-Saturday 9.00 AM – 6.00 PM Sunday 10.00 AM – 2.00 PM
  • List 3Calle José Gabriel Garcia 105, Zona Colonial Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
  • katetody@gmail.com

FAQ

  • Climate and Condition

    CLIMATE: Temperatures year round are in the 80s. In the mountains early mornings will be cool to the mid 50s. The trip habitats range from the arid southwest to very humid coastal. Elevations range from sea level to 5,000 feet.
    Rain is a possibility at almost any time of year.

    CONDITIONS: Walking generally on maintained paths and trails, NO bushwhacking. The drive to the high mountain area is VERY bad, but once there the road is level or slightly inclined.

  • Health and Diet
  • Clothing and Equipment
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