Bird watching is a hobby for some, a passion and science for others. If you are among these people, come and discover a rich diversity of wetland birdlife along the trails of the Copalita River along with the unspoiled low-growth caducifolia jungle beauty. During this tour, you'll admire the flora and fauna of the region. Precious woods including cedar, mahogany, ficus, mocambos and almond trees may be seen along with several of the 227 bird species that fly around, including orioles, woodpeckers, egrets, seagulls, falcons, sparrow hawks, parrots and 20 varieties of hummingbirds. You'll also see lizards, iguanas, deer, armadillos, squirrels, and much more! You'll receive a souvenir list of the bird species found in the region and will have the use of a color print with 25 of the most likely seen species along with binoculars. If you have your own binoculars, bring them along. Your knowledgeable guide will give comprehensive explanations of the ecology, birds, and points of interest. Enjoy 20 minutes at a vantage point at which a variety of birds may be quietly observed and where you'll enjoy not only a complimentary beverage, but also the opportunity to take some great photos. During the journey, several stops will be made to observe and comment.
Note: Participants must be at least 6 years of age and in good physical condition. Total walking distance is approximately 2 miles (1 1/4 on a paved walkway and 3/4 on pathways and sandbanks, mainly flat, sand and river banks with small rocks.) Please wear a long-sleeved shirt, long pants, a hat and comfortable walking shoes.
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