Introduction With nearly 800 recorded bird species, Honduras presents a wonderful destination for anyone looking to experience the neotropics. Toucans, hummingbirds, and oropendolas all call the country home, and a developing ecotourism infrastructure facilitates access to more of the country than ever before. I was fortunate to travel to Honduras earlier this year, and I’ve… Read more »
With over 1,900 species of birds, Colombia hosts more avian diversity than any other country on Earth. It’s a birdwatcher’s paradise, and tinamous, hummingbirds, trogons, puffbirds, antpittas, and tanagers will mesmerize even the most seasoned eco-travelers. Though Colombia owes much of its diversity to the Amazonian Lowlands in the east, equally important are the Andes… Read more »
Dorian "Birding for Birds" Anderson spills the beans on birding in Taiwan. On a casual, eight-day tour of several national parks and forests, Dorian was able to see about 160 species including many endemics, such as as the Mikado Pheasants, Taiwan Blue-Magpies, and Taiwan Scimitar-Babblers, and more.
Birding trip report for the Rio Grande valley in Texas, February 24 – March 3, 2012 (High Lonesome BirdTours)
In Birding the Dark Continent of Africa, A Continental Overview, I covered this fascinating continent with a broad brush stroke. If you select your travel destinations as a lister - where you will pick up certain species--the following list of Africa’s Top 10 Birds and Where To See Them will help plan your next excursion… Read more »
Birding trip report for the Western Cape in South Africa, October 2012 (Birding Ecotours)