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Birding Mexico in Oaxaca

This tour offers a great opportunity to explore one of the richest birding areas in Mexico. Oaxaca is one of the largest and most biodiverse states in the country. With nearly 800 bird species reported including a high concentration of endemics, Oaxaca is definitely a favorite among bird watchers.     

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Some of the key species we find on this tour include Blue-capped Hummingbird, Oaxaca Sparrow, Orange-breasted Bunting, Rose-bellied Bunting, Cinnamon-tailed Sparrow, Dwarf Jay and White-throated Jay.

Pricing: $3,290 US Dollars or £2,630 GBP for 11 Days and 10 Nights. 


Group Size: Most tours are viable at 7 to 8 participants.


Upcoming Dates: 

March 9 to 19, 2024

November 9 to 19, 2024

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Oaxaca is also known for its delectable cuisine, beautiful landscapes and impressive cultural heritage, particularly traditional artwork and crafts. It is also home to various ancient ruins the most famous being Monte Albán, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Top Reasons to Book Tour


Bumblebee Hummingbird, Blue-capped Hummingbird, Dwarf Jay, Orange-breasted Bunting, Red Warbler, Rose-bellied Bunting, Blue Mockingbird, Bridled Sparrow, Boucard’s Wren, West Mexican Chachalaca, White-throated Towhee, Black-vented Oriole, Gray Silky-flycatcher, White-throated Jay, Rufous-capped Warbler, Oaxaca Sparrow, Dusky Hummingbird, Plain-capped Starthroat, Gray-breasted Woodpecker, Beautiful Hummingbird, Russet Nightingale-Thrush, Mexican Chickadee, Rufous-capped Brushfinch and Collared Towhee, Golden Vireo, Happy Wren, Red Warbler, Rose-bellied Bunting, Cinnamon-tailed Sparrow


Eastern Cottontail, Mexican Gray Squirrel, Deppe's Squirrel, Gray Fox, Striped Skunk, Cacomistle

semiarid oak and thorn scrub, agricultural fields, oak-pine forest, Pacific coast regions

Habitats and
Special Sites

Other Attractions

World Heritage Site Monte Albán, Sierra Norte Mountains, Pacific beaches

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