Birding Holidays South America

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Green Tracks

Green Tracks

Explore and experience new cultures, incredible wildlife and magical scenery. Experience up close the cries of colorful tropical birds, the lush smell of the rainforest, countless flowers and towering trees. Thrill to the sight of pink dolphins playing alongside your boat. Marvel at the incredible frogs, iridescent butterflies of astounding colors, and captivating monkeys. Be amazed by the archeological wonders lost in the dark jungle for generations. This is the magnificence of the tropics with GreenTracks - a leading ecotourism company. Small-group tours into the Rainforest and more with leading naturalists.

» Amazon Jungle Lodges
» Amazon Riverboats
» Manu National Park, Peru
» Tambopata National Reserve, Peru
» Machu Picchu & Cuzco, Peru
» Chachapoyas - The Lost World, Peru
» Madidi National Park, Bolivia
» Pantanal of Brazil
» Costa Rica Rainforest & Beaches

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Birding Peru

Birding Peru

Birding Peru was formed in 2001 with the goals of providing birders with affordable, reliable, and knowledgeable service in Peru. As well as promoting and providing sustainable ecotourism, Birding Peru also is involved in conservation of Peruvian habitats, and a portion of your payment goes directly to conservation projects in the very areas we visit on our trips.

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A Field guide to the birds of Peru

A Field guide to the birds of Peru

A Field Guide of the Birds of Peru
Text in English
A Field Guide to the Birds of Peru is the first field guide ever published on the world’s most important birding country, and fills a huge gap in our knowledge of South American ornithology. Peru harbors almost 1800 species of birds, including 118 endemics, in every habitat ranging from coast and deserts to 23,000-foot snow-capped Andean peaks, intermontane valleys, lush cloud forests and tropical rainforests.
Almost all 1800 species are illustrated on the 127 color plates, more than appear in any other field guide to date. The extensive text describes the main identification features of each species, plus its range in Peru, preferred habitat and worldwide range.
James F. Clements and Noam Shany have extensive field experience in almost every corner of Peru. Both authors make their homes in Southern California.
James F. Clements and Noam Shany
Illustrated by Dana Gardner and Eustace Barnes
1800 species
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Bird Watching in Patagonia, Chile

Bird Watching in Patagonia, Chile

Sample Itinerary
Day 1.

Leaving in the morning from Puerto Montt, we’ll take the open air ferry across the Gulf of Ancud to the big island of Chiloe, known as a South American version of Ireland. Amidst the sea lions, Humboldt Penguins and many gull species, it becomes apparent that while similar to the Northern hemisphere’s temperate ecosystems, everything is just a bit different. Time permitting, we will take a trip 40 minutes away to the penguin colony of Puñihuil on Chiloe’s Pacific coast where Humboldt (Spheniscus humboldti) and Magellanic Penguins’ (Spheniscus magellanicus) normally distinct ranges overlap. We will also have our eyes out to see several Northern hemisphere species: Baird’s Sandpiper (Calydris bairdii), Wilson’s Phalarope (Phalaropus triolor), Greater Yellowlegs (Tringa melanoleuca), and Franklin’s Gull (Larus pipixcan) in their summer migratory habitats. You will have a room in the elegant Hosteria Ancud, a lovely hotel decorated with native wood overlooking the bay of Ancud. A visit to a local chef´s house where we will enjoy local dishes homecooked to perfection, followed by the first talk by our ornithologist, Steve Mcgee, whom for several years has been doing field work in the area on a number of species.


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A Field Guide to the Birds of Chile

A Field Guide to the Birds of Chile

This is a field guide covering all species occuring in Chile.In addition,all regular species occuring in the Antarctic peninsula,the Falklands and South Georgia are included.Chile holds a great diversity of habitat types,from arid deserts and the high Andes in the north,to the tundra and sub-Antarctic rainforest of Tierra del Fuego in the far south.Chile supports an interesting range of breeding birds,including nine species found nowhere else in the world.
This guide features concise,identification-focused text positioned opposite the superb colour plates to allow quick and easy reference.Detailed distribution maps are provided for every species,making this the essential field guide for visitors to this spectacular and tourist-friendly country,as well as anyone undertaking an Antarctic cruise.

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