Birding on the Caribbean island of Trinidad is acknowledged as the perfect introduction to South America's rich birdlife.
Trinidad is blessed with a diversity of habitats - internationally acclaimed wetlands, mudflats, savannahs, lowland & mountain forests - habitats supporting a wealth of resident & migratory birds.
Join Malcolm, travelling throughout the island, trying to come to terms with a challenging variety of unfamiliar bird species.
We visit the spectacular scarlet ibis roost of Caroni Swamp, discover the little-birded but richly endowed habitats of the south, experience oilbirds, trogans and bellbirds of the Arima Valley and spend quality time in the rain-forests of north-eastern Trinidad 'In Pursuit of Pawi' - the rare, endangered piping guan.
This DVD, together with the companion film, 'Jacamars, Jacobins & Johnny Jump-up', introduces the wonders of Caribbean birding.
Running Time: 90 minutes