Fifteenth report of the Trinidad and Tobago Birds Status and Distribution Committee Records submitted during 2017

Martyn Kenefick

Abstract


The Committee has assessed all records submitted during 2017. In all 152 records were adjudged, representing 56 different species. This represents the highest number of submissions and the highest number of “reportable species” since the formation of the Committee. This illustrates both the continued growth and popularity of birdwatching nationally.

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