Cameraman and naturalist Colin Stafford-Johnson explores parts of Cuba few outsiders have seen in Wild Cuba: A Caribbean Journey on BBC2
Cameraman, naturalist and director Colin Stafford-Johnson reveals some of Cuba's natural secrets in Wild Cuba: A Caribbean Journey on BBC2.
Cuba’s position as a Communist country on the USA’s doorstep led to long years of cultural isolation.
But one of the upsides of this was a landscape that’s avoided the ravages that so much of the planet has endured.
It is a landscape where many of its natural wonders have been preserved.
This two-parter from Colin – a one-time colleague of another cameraman-turned-presenter, Gordon Buchanan – explores the island’s riches.
They include tiny bee hummingbirds, the world’s smallest bird, and mass crab migrations (pictured top).
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TV Times rating: ****
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