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Birds and Islands, the Story of Cuba: Why the Island is Unique. Or Not. with Tom Hinnebusch – Evening Meeting: Tuesday, 1 December, 7:30 p.m.

November 13, 2020

Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society
is putting on our third ZOOM evening meeting.
You’re all invited.

On December 1, 2020 at 7:30 pm, Join the Zoom Presentation by CLICKING HERE

In addition to showing a variety of photos of Cuban birds, Tom will talk about why islands are special places, often the homes of interesting and unique endemic species.

Cuban Trogon, endemic to Cuba. The order Trogoniformes has members in the neotropics, Africa, India and southeast Asia. (Photo: Arturo Kirkconnell Jr.)

Tom Hinnebusch is a UCLA retired professor. He lived and worked in Africa with his family in the mid-60s, then spent a year in Kenya, and has returned many times for additional research. He has traveled widely, most recently Cuba, Madagascar, and Namibia.

On December 1, 2020 at 7:30 pm, Join the Zoom Presentation by CLICKING HERE

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Cuban Tody, a Cuban endemic. The entire Tody family, with five members, is endemic to the Greater Antilles. (Photo: Arturo Kirkconnell Jr.)

[Posted by Chuck Almdale]

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