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Northern Peru ~ Endemics in the Andes

October 21, 2020 to November 06, 2020 — 16 days

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Ochre-fronted Antpitta. Photo by Avery Bartels.
Spectacled Bear seen on our 2019 tour. (c) Avery Bartels.
Black-necked Woodpecker. (c) Avery Bartels.
Golden-headed Manakin (c) Avery Bartels.
Tumbes Sparrow (c) Avery Bartels.
Inca Tern (c) Avery Bartels.
Royal Sunangel (c) Avery Bartels.
  • Many endemic species possible on this tour, including the incredible Marvelous Spatuletail, the attractive Johnson's Tody-flycatcher, the rare and little-known Long-whiskered Owlet, and the Black-necked Woodpecker, just to name a few species.
  • Dozens of species of glorious hummingbirds to be seen, with Royal Sunangel, Shining Sunbeam, Giant Hummingbird, Sword-billed Hummingbird, Koepke's Hermit, Chestnut-breasted Coronet, Booted Racket-tail, Long-tailed Sylph and Sparkling Violetear, to name just a few.
  • Enjoy a boat ride at the fishing port of Pucusana for the gorgeous Inca Tern, as well as Humboldt Penguins, Red-legged Cormorants, and much more.
  • Visit antpitta and tinamou feeding stations for views of these notoriously hard to see birds.
  • Take in the superb scenery of coastal Peru and the towering Andes Mountains.
  • Enjoy the culture and delicious cuisine, including several breakfasts and lunches prepared in the field.
  • In addition to birds, we will watch out for other wildlife including Spectacled Bear, Tayra, Sechuan Fox, and a variety of primate species.

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