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April 17, 2010


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A useful Haitian conservation organisation to contact that has been involved with Pic Macaya is La Société Audubon (the naturalist/painter John Audobon was born in Les Cayes in 1785). They are a mine of information on the park, and can also assist with arrange guides and logistics for trips into the mountains. (It's also possible to visit the revolutionary-era Citadelle des Platons here).

The society can be contacted through

Paul Clammer (author, Lonely Planet Haiti guidebook)

Thanks, Paul. I wasn't aware that Audubon was born in Haiti. Very interesting!


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