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Western Ecuador - Choco Endemics (limited space available)

October 16, 2024 to October 30, 2024 — 14 days

Tour Leader: 
Chestnut-naped Antpitta (c) Chris Charlesworth
Violet-headed Hummingbird (c) Nelson Apolo Jaramillo
Sword-billed Hummingbird (c) Chris Charlesworth
Golden-headed Quetzal (c) Nelson Apolo Jaramillo
Andean Cock-of-the-Rock
Rose-faced Parrot (c) Chris Charlesworth
Andean Condor (c) Nelson Apolo Jaramillo
  • Two weeks in one of the most ecologically diverse countries in the entire world. Approx. 1700 species of birds have been seen in Ecuador!
  • We may see up to 50 species of dazzling hummingbirds on this tour, including the amazing Sword-billed Hummingbird, as well as Velvet-purple Coronet, Violet-tailed Sylph, White-booted Racket-tail and the Ecuadorian Hillstar!
  • Up to 8 owls are possible, including Crested Owl, Andean Pygmy-Owl, White-throated Screech-Owl and Rufescent Screech-Owl.
  • Encounter mixed species flocks of colorful birds like tanagers, woodpeckers, antbirds, antpittas and cuckoos.
  • Excellent photographic opportunities for many species of birds.
  • Mammals we may see include the Olinguito, the Kinkajou, and perhaps a Spectacled Bear!
  • Many nights we will stay in lodges where excellent birding can be found right outside our front door.

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