Ernesto Reyes is an accomplished Cuban naturalist and wildlife photographer. As a talented biologist, he has used his birding skills to help develop Cuba’s progressive system of Important Bird Areas. Ernesto has participated in surveys looking for the legendary Ivory-billed Woodpecker and the rare Zapata Rail. His exceptional ornithological knowledge has made him one of Cuba’s most popular birding guides. Ernesto will share his knowledge of Cuban bird life accompanied by his award-winning photographs and current perspectives on life in Cuba.
Want to spend a morning birding with Ernesto? Join us on a special field trip the following morning to Faville Grove, where we'll chat with Ernesto and explore the diversity of the sanctuary! Wednesday, May 31, 7:00 AM at Faville Grove Sanctuary.