We offer birding tours in Venezuela, Colombia, and Venezuela.
Birding in Guyana
The species we target in Guyana include Rufous Crab-Hawk, Sun Parakeet, Blue-cheeked Amazon, White-winged Potoo, Blood-colored Woodpecker, Arrowhead and White-bellied Piculets, Red-billed Woodcreeper, Hoary-throated Spinetail, Black-throated Antshrike, Rio Branco Antbird, Guianan Red-Cotinga, Crimson Fruitcrow, Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock, Dusky Purpletuft, Black Manakin, Finsch’s Euphonia, Red-and-black Grosbeak and Red Siskin. This is indeed an impressive list of specialties, many of which are infrequently seen elsewhere, making a visit to Guyana a must for the Neotropical enthusiast.
Birding in Venezuela
Venezuela lies in the Neo-tropics, the world's most bio-diverse area, and with over 1390 species, has the sixth highest avifaunal biodiversity in the region. Some of the highlights include: about 20 pan-tepui and other endemics, an exceptional number (potentially) of Cotingas (11), Manakins (14), Tanagers (33), Euphonias (10), Antbirds (38) and Fly-catchers (65), and numerous Macaws (6) and other Psittacidas (20), Toucans (7), Humminbirds (40), Trogons (6), Jacamars (6); and many specialties hard to see elsewhere. For more on Birding in Venezuela see here
Birding in Colombia
Colombia, with its incredibly diverse climates and landscapes, is home to more bird species than any other country in the world. With almost 2,000 species, the country is home to close to 20% of the world’s species of birds yet occupies less than 1% of the world’s landmass. Colombia’s incredible bird diversity includes 78 endemics, 158 hummingbirds, 207 flycatchers, and 141 tanagers.