Explore the Habitats of North Eastern Cuba

 

Explore coastal and mountain habitats of northeastern Cuba  This region is notable for its serpentine scrub lands, dry tropical forests, and tropical rain forests that have many unusual and endemic plants and animals.  Limited to 6 people.

 

June 13 – 30, 2019

 

TO SIGN UP email Marc Minno at marc.minno@gmail.com

 

Highlights

 

Join Dr. Marc Minno and Douglas Fernández Hernández to  experience Cuba through a humanitarian exchange program by our 501-c-3, nonprofit organization. Share a true “People to People” exchange of culture and the environment. Explore coastal and mountain habitats of northeastern Cuba  This region is notable for its serpentine scrub lands, dry tropical forests, and tropical rain forests that have many unusual and endemic plants and animals.

 

We will fly from Fort Lauderdale to Holguin, and then travel by jeep to Guardalavaca, Moa, and Baracoa  over a 18 day period.  Our accommodations will be in private apartments and hotels.

 

Meet Cuban scientists and see world class biodiversity areas.  Locate and document rare and endemic species. Visit an area where the last Ivory-billed Woodpeckers were seen.

 

 

 

 

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If you would like to go-

 

email Marc Minno at marc.minno@gmail.com

 

 

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