Trip reference number: 22143
Trip Operator: Wildlife Worldwide
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We visit Colombia’s most exciting birding locations. Highlights should include 20-plus Andean cock-of-the-rocks at a lek, 50-plus hummingbirds, antpittas at Rio Blanco, and Santa Marta’s endemics.
With 1,920 birds recorded, of which 90 are endemic, Colombia is a must for every birder. This exciting tour begins in the high Andean páramo, in search of buffy helmetcrest, and the Andean cloud forest, home to mixed flocks and iconic birds such as white-tipped quetzal. Next we visit an Andean cock-of-the-rock lek and enjoy up to five species of antpitta during a morning at Rio Blanco Reserve, before ending in the isolated mountains of Santa Marta where a host of exciting endemics awaits!
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