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Some people alarm their clocks; others set the cell phone for morning wake-up calls. I bet no one never consider a morning bird call. 🙂 Every morning at exactly 6:30am am waken by the sound of this bird against my glass window. This morning was not like the usually morning, it seem that I forgot to close my windows before I went to bed.

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So as usual I was waken by the sound of my morning bird rustling on my window, but it appears she flew through the window and couldn’t find her way out. Finally, I got to my meet my royal morning bird face to face. 🙂

The number of known bird species to be seen in Dominica during the various seasons of the year totals 175, including 4 types of native humming bird. Whether it is the Blue-hooded Euphonia, Mountain Whistler, Broadwinged Hawk or our two unique parrot species you wish to see.

Where both the Sisserou & Jacquot parrots (found only in Dominica) are most commonly sighted, is the Syndicate Forest area on the western slopes of the Morne Diablotin National Park.

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Comment by Dan
2007-04-22 11:29:08

Thank you for this cheerful article, and for your posting about Earth Day too!

 
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