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Bird Watching in the Cayman Islands

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The is more to the Cayman Islands than a basic holiday, the Cayman Islands also has a wide range of resident and migratory birds, said to number 219. This includes endangered species such as the Cayman Parrot. The best time to go bird watching is either early in the morning or late in the afternoon. The migratory season is Mid to late October into November.

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Have you ever been bird watching in the Cayman Islands?  Tell us about your experiences.  Want to go?  What excites you the most?
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I've never been to the Cayman Islands, but I've bird watched in Dominica. Well...I didn't go out my way to do so, the birds were just there so I watched. My brother and his friends also killed a few which we roasted and ate. Poor birdies.
UPTOWN BABIES DON'T CRY; THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT HUNGER IS LIKE. THEY GOT MOMMY AND DADDY; AND LOTS OF TOYS TO PLAY WITH.
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