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Northern Peru ~ Endemics in the Andes

October 27, 2022 to November 12, 2022 — 16 days

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Emerald-bellied Puffleg (C) Avery Bartels
Golden-headed Manakin (C) Avery Bartels
Ochre-fronted Antpitta (C) Avery Bartels
Royal Sunangel (C) Avery Bartels
White-tailed Jay (C) Avery Bartels
Peruvian Pelican (C) Avery Bartels
Andean Cock-of-the-Rock (C) Chris Charlesworth
  • Explore Northern Peru, an area rich in birdlife and endemic species, that is off the beaten tourist path.
  • We could find up to 50 species of hummingbird on this tour, including the Marvelous Spatuletail, the Royal Sunagel, the Gray-bellied Comet and the Giant Hummingbird, to name a few species.
  • We will spend three nights at the famous Abra Patricia Lodge, where antpittas and tinamous sometimes visit feeders, and we will have a chance to see the rare Long-whiskered Owlet.
  • Chances to see Peru's National bird, the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock.
  • Enjoy a boat trip out of Pucusana, where we hope to see the gorgeous Inca Tern, as well as Humboldt Penguins and a variety of other coastal species.

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