About the Journal

The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology is a refereed scientific journal, produced by the non-profit society BirdsCaribbean.

The journal has now served as an important resource for ornithological research in the Caribbean for over 32 years.

 

 

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Current Issue

Vol. 33 (2020)

Published: 2020-04-01

Research Articles and Notes

Composition of bird community in Portachuelo Pass (Henri Pittier National Park, Venezuela)

Cristina Sainz-Borgo, Jhonathan Miranda, Miguel Lentino
Abstract 359 | PDF Downloads 215

Page 1-14

Woodland size and vegetation effects on resident and non-resident woodland birds in Bermuda

Miguel A. Mejías, Erica Nol
Abstract 337 | PDF Downloads 183

Page 22-32

Abundance and distribution of Roseate Terns (Sterna dougallii) in the Virgin Islands

Louise M. Soanes, Judy Pierce, Daniel Nellis, Susan Zaluski, Lewis G. Halsey
Abstract 349 | PDF Downloads 207

Page 43-48

Novedades sobre la reproducción de dos especies de aves marinas poco comunes en Cuba

Antonio García-Quintas, Laritza González Leiva, Ariandy González González
Abstract 206 | PDF Downloads 102 Erratum Downloads 0

Page 54-57

Checklist of the birds of Finca Nolla, a recently protected area in northern Puerto Rico

Adrianne G. Tossas, Osvaldo Rullán, Robert J. Mayer, Jean P. González
Abstract 398 | PDF Downloads 185

Page 58-66

A survey of Grenadians on seabird harvest in the Grenada Grenadines

Wayne A. Smart, Natalia Collier, Virginie Rolland
Abstract 290 | PDF Downloads 166 Supplement Downloads 93

Page 67-77

Brown Boobies (Sula leucogaster) roosting at Washington-Slagbaai National Park, Bonaire, Caribbean Netherlands

Fernando Simal, Adriana Vallarino, Elsmarie Beukenboom, Rutsel Paula, Henry Beaumont, George Zaragoza, Esther Wolfs, Patrick Holian, Elisabeth Albers
Abstract 254 | PDF Downloads 167

Page 78-81

Lesser Black-backed Gulls (Larus fuscus) in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada

Juliana Coffey, Natalia Collier, Vaughn Thomas, Romould Compton
Abstract 107 | PDF Downloads 79

Page 82-85

The Pleistocene Burrowing Owl (Athene cunicularia) from The Bahamas

Ajay M. Patel, David W. Steadman
Abstract 78 | PDF Downloads 95

Page 86-94

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