The first half of today we spent at Marshall's Pen, a working ranch and nature reserve that also has a guest house catering to birders.
We saw lots of Jamaican Spindalis, a bird we never tired of looking at.
The endemic White-chinned Thrush is also common but less likely to sit out in the open.
The Dirce Beauty, Colobura dirce, is in the minority in not being an endemic.
This green jumping spider is probably also not an endemic; spiders are very good at random, long-distance dispersal on their wind-carried gossamer threads.
In the afternoon we did some birding in wetlands areas where we saw a clot of 175 Common Moorhens, Yellow-breasted Crake, American Crocodile, and some nice shorebirds. We got rained on and drove through many pools in the roads. We ended up up at Elim Pools in the Black River Upper Morass with beautiful weather.
West Indian Whistling-Ducks were one of our targets here, a missable bird that we haven't missed yet. We also saw another Least Bittern, Black-crowned Night-Herons, and Purple Gallinule here. But the prize bird, and one of the best of the trip was a Northern Harrier, perhaps only the second record for the island.