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  Anthony Levesque Guadeloupe Anytime English, French
  My name is Anthony Levesque. I lived in Guadeloupe since 1998. I studied "Wildlife Management" and "Nature Protection" in France from 1991 to 1995. I worked as a ranger at the Petite-Terre Nature Reserve from 2001 to 2009. From 2009 to 2014 I've been working as a Wildlife Consultant for the National Hunting and Wildlife Agency.

I'm now working for my own company: "Levesque Birding Enterprise". I'm an active birdwatcher and I discovered almost 50 species never before recorded in Guadeloupe and banded more than 10,000 birds.

Among the 280 species recorded, there is one species strictly endemic in Guadeloupe: the Guadeloupe Woodpecker, but there are 13 other species endemic in the West Indies to discover here. I will put my experience at your service to show you the specialities of Guadeloupe.

I never failed to show the Guadeloupe Woodpecker to birders and I can normally show 80% of the specialities in a single day.
Area:
Trace Davidon (Petit-Bourg)
Cascade aux Ecrevisses
Grande Anse (Deshaies)
Pointe des Châteaux
Port-Louis swamp
Grand Etang


Area Birds:
Guadeloupe Woodpecker
Forest Thrush
Plumbeous Warbler
Lesser Antillean Saltator
Lesser Antillean Flycatcher
Brown Trembler
Scaly-breasted Thrasher
Lesser Antillean Swift
Lesser Antillean Bullfinch
Bridled Quail-Dove
Purple-throated Carib
Antillean Crested Hummingbird
Green-throated Carib
Antillean Euphonia

Interests:
Nature: birdwatching, twitching, photography



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