Unexpected Bird Watching Havens Hidden In Cities
Jan14

Unexpected Bird Watching Havens Hidden In Cities

If you are on a holiday in any of the cities mentioned and are a bird watcher at heart, there is a possibility that your vacation is going to instantly become better. For some of the remote birds you do not necessarily need to travel to the off-track spots. Some cities offer much more than expected. Malaga – Spain You can often see blue rock thrushes and black wheatears in Malaga, with monk parakeets, house sparrows and black restarts...

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Best Bird Watching Spots In Honduras
Oct07

Best Bird Watching Spots In Honduras

When it comes to bird watching, Honduras can easily be seen as a secret that Central America has to offer. In the region, Honduras offers the largest forest covered land percentage, more than Belize and Costa Rica. Since there are around 30 cloud forest areas that can be visited in Honduras, there are many tropical rainforests, savannas, coastal lagoons and pine forests as perfect habitats for so many beautiful bird species....

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Bird Watching In Central Park, New York City
Sep23

Bird Watching In Central Park, New York City

What do you expect to do when you visit New York City? Most tourists believe that not much can be done except visiting different popular travel attractions like the Empire State Building or The Statue Of Liberty. That is definitely not the case. In reality, we are faced with so many different opportunities that are currently available. You will surely appreciate the vast list of opportunities available in New York, including bird...

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Chile Bird Watching – A Wonderful Experience
Apr30

Chile Bird Watching – A Wonderful Experience

When talking about bird watching in Latin America, the most popular destinations are Brazil and Panama but w cannot dismiss what is offered by Chile. There are around 300 bird species including some unusual ones like ostrichlike rhea, pink flamingos, black necked swans, Magallnic woodpeckers, Chilean flickers and torrent dugs, just to name some locations you can consider. Torres Del Paine, located in Patagonia, is the first place that...

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Bird Watching In Costa Rica Guide
Apr16

Bird Watching In Costa Rica Guide

Costa Rica gives you access to a paradise if you are a bird watcher. You get to see over 850 species of migrant and resident birds all throughout the country. With such abundance of birds, it is obvious that there are many interesting bird watching sites you can visit. There are so many lodges that give you access to wonderful bird watching like: Savegre Lodge – located in Cerro de la Muerte – this is where you are almost guaranteed...

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