Grenada is an island country consisting of Grenada itself along with six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines, in the Windward Islands of the south-eastern Caribbean. It is much cultivated in the lowlands, while the hills and the valleys of the interior are covered by rainforests that show the effects of violent hurricanes. 

The Grenada hook-billed kite (Chondrohierax uncinatus mirus) is an extremely rare endemic subspecies. 

The Grenada dove (Leptotila wellsi) was historically widespread on the island and possibly on a few coastal and offshore ones as well, but may always have been rare. It has certainly long been close to extinction, having been reduced to around 100 individuals by 1998. The population increased to around 180 by 2004, but a hurricane that year had a devastating impact on the population, from which it is only now recovering to previous levels. 

The Grenada Euler’s flycatcher (Lathrotriccus euleri flaviventris) has not been recorded since the early 1950s, and is likely extinct. 

The Grenada robber frog (Pristimantis euphronides) is confined to central and south-eastern Grenada.