Birding Northern Peru: Endemics and Spectacular Hummingbirds
A few highlights of our Northwest Peru trip include seeing 430 to 480 bird species in two weeks. Besides great hummingbirds and tanagers, the trip will also be filled with a number of fantastic Inca-Finches.
A number of Peruvian endemics and birds endemic to Ecuador and Peru can be seen, including Marvelous Spatuletail. The trip should pick up at least 20 to 25 endemics.
The trip will cover a number of habitats and altitudinal zones from lowland rainforest and wetlands, to dry and deciduous forest, to montane forest, cloud forest and paramo. This mix of habitat and altitude and a well- planned itinerary will assure seeing a number of species at an enjoyable and productive pace of birding.
The trip includes the Marañon Biodiversity Region, recognized as one of the key preservation sites for birds and wildlife in the world. Marañon is the head waters of the Amazon river.
More Details About this Trip:
Pricing: $4,090 US Dollars, or £2,800 GBP for 14 Days and 13 Nights
Group Size: Most tours viable at 4 to 8 participants (priced at 6 participants).
February 15 to 28, 2021
Birding Northern Peru: Endemics and Spectacular Hummingbirds with José Antonio Padilla: February 15 to 28 plus additional Endemics Extension to March 2