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Native Birds of Jamaica: Three Little Birds

by Iris
(Austin, TX, USA)

I was wondering if anyone knew what "three little birds" Bob Marley was referring to in his song?

If no one knows of the actual bird, does anyone know of a popular, dense population of little Jamaican birds? Any help would be great!


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Jun 19, 2019
Birds
by: Anonymous

3 Pelicans that bob used to see frequently were the actual inspiration for the song.

Nov 30, 2011
three little birds answer
by: Marion

the three little birds were his back up singers including his wife..learned it at the Bob Marley museum 2 weeks ago mon

Feb 03, 2011
Doctor bird
by: Toni Wans

Yeah the 3 little birds are about the back singers I-three. However we have a couple birds here a few endemic ones too you can look up the red billed streamer tail. (we call it the doctor bird) and there. And jamaican other indigenous birds

Aug 12, 2010
Three Little Birds
by: Anonymous

The "Three Little Birds" that Bob Marley is referring to are his back-up singers. Not sure about the Native Birds of Jamaica.

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