EPIC created one of the few long-term records about songbird populations in the Caribbean on Sint Maarten/Saint Martin through songbird monitoring during 2003-2014. The techniques used included mist netting and bird banding in Pic Paradis. Results throughout the study showed that capture rates of resident birds declined, which has been the case since the forest was thinned in 2007. The number of migratory species remained steady, and the most commonly recorded birds were American Redstart, Northern Parula, Black-and-white Warbler, and Black-throated Blue Warbler. In late December of 2012, EPIC captured and banded St. Martin’s first Tennessee Warbler.