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Nassau, New Providence



New Providence and Paradise Island, visit forest, wetlands, seashore, ponds, nature reserves to find your target birds or just enjoy visiting various habitat areas.

Tours start at your hotel or near the cruise ship docks at 8 am for the morning or fullday, 1 pm for the afternoon. Start times can be flexible.

Included are use of binoculars, spotting scope, field guides and refreshments.

Half day $89 per person, minimum 2 people.

Novices or experts, wildlife photographers, all are welcome.


Bahama Pintail
Western Spindalis, photo by Tony Hepburn

Bahama Mockingbird
Red-legged Thrush , Photo Tony Hepburn


Bahama Mocking Bird Photo Tony Hepburn

Local bird species present on New Providence:
Bahama Woodstar Hummingbird
Loggerhead Kingbird
La Sagras Flycatcher
Grey Kingbird - summer
Cuban Pewee
Cuban Grassquit – Cuban endemic, introduced
Black-faced Grassquit
Greater Antillean Bullfinch
Stripe-headed Tanager (Western Spindalis)
Neotropic Cormorant
White-cheeked Pintail (Bahama Duck)
Antillean Nighthawk - summer
American Kestrel (Cuban Race)
Red-legged Thrush
Thick-billed Vireo
Black-whiskered Vireo - summer
Bahama Mockingbird
Hairy Woodpecker
Smooth-billed Ani
Mangrove Cuckoo
White-crowned Pigeon
Common ground-dove
Caribbean Dove – Introduced from Jamaica

Day or overnight tours to Andros, Abaco, and Eleuthera. Prices on request.

Present on other Bahamian Islands:
Bahama Swallow - endemic
Bahama Warbler - endemic
Bahama Oriole - endemic
Bahama Yellowthroat - endemic
Olive-capped Warbler
Bahama Parrot
Cuban Emerald Hummingbird
West Indian Whistling Duck
West Indian Woodpecker
Great Lizard Cuckoo

Bahama Warbler Abaco Photo Tony Hepburn

Bahama Oriole, photo D. Belasco

Painted Bunting, Photo Tony Hepburn

American Kestrel, Photo Tony Hepburn

White-crowned Pigeon, Photo Tony Hepburn

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