My latest beat-writer post is up at 10,000 Birds:
A Tale of Two Warblers
Cyprus’ attractiveness to traveling birders is largely a result of its endemic species – the Cyprus Warbler (Sylvia melanothorax) and the Cyprus Wheatear (Oenanthe cypriaca). The whole of their populations breed only in Cyprus every year. Happily, they’re not difficult to see if you come here, and their populations are reasonably large considering their limited breeding ranges.
But this might not always be so…