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The Center for the Study of Tropical Birds, Inc.
Incorporated in 1987

CSTB inc. is a Texas based 501(c)3 tax exempt corporation. The organization is non-profit with charitable contribution status as determined by the IRS.

We have a variety of research programs in the New World Tropics and operate a research facility along the Rio Grande on the Texas and Mexico border.

Please revisit this site at a later date for a full description of our programs and achievements.  Jack C Eitniear, Director.

Tropical birds are a diverse group of avian species found in regions near the Earth's equator, including Central and South America, Africa, Asia, and the Pacific Islands.

These birds are known for their vibrant colors, unique adaptations, and melodious songs, making them a popular choice for bird enthusiasts and tourists alike.The vivid hues of green, red, yellow, blue, and orange can be seen in birds like the toucans, parrots, and macaws.

These bright colors serve various purposes, such as attracting potential mates, camouflage in the dense foliage, and as a means of communication within their flock.

Many tropical birds have evolved unique adaptations to withstand these conditions, such as thin feathers for efficient thermoregulation, large beaks for cracking hard nuts and fruits, and sharp talons for gripping onto tree branches.

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