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Monday, 13 June 2016

Saint Lucia is very accessible being only 27 miles long and 14 miles wide and is probably one of the most important of the Lesser Antilles as it holds five single island endemics.

This Caribbean island is home to the magical Piton mountains, lush landscapes, unspoilt rainforests and palm-fringed beaches.

Of the 167 species normally present we saw 61 but our maim targets during our two weeks trip was to see and photograph the five endemics.

These were:-   St Lucia Warbler
                        St Lucia Black Finch
                        St Lucia Parrot
                        St Lucia Pewee
                        St Lucia Oriole

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