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Jeff Lemm
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Cuba

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We had our second Cuba Herpetology and Natural History Tour in June, 2019 and found around 60 species of herps, a well as numerous birds, invertebrates, ocean life, plants, and a few mammals. We have a unique program in that we work with Cuban scientists, engaging in citizen science, often with published results. Here are a few pics form the recent trip. If you would like to legally visit Cuba, go to www.cubirds.org and see upcoming tours. Our next trip is Sept 29-Oct 8, 2019, hope you can make it!
https://www.cubirds.org/event/western-c ... tory-2019/
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Prehensile-tailed hutia
Prehensile-tailed hutia
Anolis (Chamaeleolis) barbatus
Anolis (Chamaeleolis) barbatus
Anolis (Chamaeleolis) chamaeleonides
Anolis (Chamaeleolis) chamaeleonides
Cyclura nubila
Cyclura nubila
Cuban bee hummingbird
Cuban bee hummingbird
Cuban trogans
Cuban trogans
cave in Vinales
cave in Vinales
Chilabothrus angulifer
Chilabothrus angulifer
Cyclura nubila
Cyclura nubila
West Indian woodpecker
West Indian woodpecker
Tropidophis melanurus
Tropidophis melanurus
Anolis luteogularis
Anolis luteogularis
Peltophryne fustiger
Peltophryne fustiger
Tropidophis feicki
Tropidophis feicki

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Re: Cuba

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Nice pic of Cam!

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Re: Cuba

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LOL, I was wondering if anyone would catch that!

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