Some outstanding problems in the ornithology of Trinidad and Tobago

Richard ffrench


It is presumptuous to suppose that the ornithology of any area can be completely understood. Nevertheless, for an area as small as Trinidad and Tobago, one which has been fairly well studied over the last 40 years, it may be helpful if from time to time some of the outstanding problems are brought to the attention of the ornithological community, in order that perhaps they may be scrutinized under a more intense focus. To this end I examine here so me thirty species, for which we need answers, mainly pertaining to their status in the country.

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