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14 July 2011

Caribbean's birds (7) - Antigua & Barbuda

From left to right :
75c : Red-billed Streamertail (紅嘴長尾蜂鳥)
90c : Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (黃腹吸汁啄木鳥)
$2,00 : Spectacled Owl (眼鏡鴞) ; $1,20 : Rufous-tailed Jacamar (棕尾鶲鴷)
Antigua & Barbuda (2000)

1st December, 2010. GPO, St Johns
5th January, 2011. Hongkong

The post of Antigua & Barbuda always selected different birds which can or not to be found in its country, perhaps it is because the stamp issue policy controlled by IPGS and this is a quite shame dealer in the world. Above stamps still under controlled by IGPS but acceptable when the species are endemic to Caribbean area. Red-billed Streamertail is a beautiful greenish bird, another name is doctor bird. However it is endemic to Jamaica not Antigua. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker is a woodpecker to be found in North America, Central America and Caribbean, it probably also lives in Antigua. Spectacled Owl is a common owl lives in the range of southern Mexico, Trinidad to Argentina. It's eyes specially in black colour similar to wearing glasses. Rufous-tailed Jacamar lives in whole America except Canada and United States ; and also not to be found in Caribbean.

Four species are not endangered species to this area, they are commonly to be found in variety countries.
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