Current Gallery Exhibit



‘Endemic Birds from Cuba’ Photography by Ernesto Reyes


Our current gallery exhibit features the incredible photography of Ernesto Reyes, a photographer and biologist who has studied the indigenous birds of Cuba for 15 years.

His gallery features around a dozen beautiful photos of birds found in Cuba, and although Reyes studies birds in  Honduras, Dominican Republic and the Bahamas as well, he says the birds of Cuba are “unlike any place on the planet.”

Cuban Pygmy Owl

The exhibit is made possible by sponsorship from Optics for the Tropics, Inc. and Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop.


Yellow-headed Warbler

Also, don’t miss a live gallery talk on from Reyes at the Hipp. On March 25, Reyes will host a “Bird Walk and Gallery Talk.”

The combination event will start with a Guided Bird Walk from 7:30 – 10:00 am at Sweetwater Wetlands, followed by a Gallery Talk at the Hippodrome Gallery from 10:30 – 11:30 am.

Cuban coffee and treats, provided by Mi Apa, will be served at the Hipp!

This unique collection will run from March 22 – April 2.” Pieces are available for purchase at the Hippodrome Box Office.