Owl gets the Spotlight at Trinidad’s Asa Wright Nature Centre

One of my future goals is to lead a photography tour to Trinidad and Tobago and last November I made a start by visiting, checking out the sites and assembling a collection of images.

Asa Wright was high on the list of places to spend some time and truly exceeded it’s reputation as one of the worlds top wildlife watching locations.

I was asked recently by Asa Wright if they could use any of my images to help promote the great work they do for Caribbean wildlife and was happy to say yes.

This months ‘Bellbird’ newsletter includes an article on the Ferruginous Pygmy Owl, illustrated by an image I took on my visit. These are really tiny little owls, about the same size as a starling.

I can recommend a visit if you’ve never been.


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