South America / Caribbean – birds

 

tucano birdsI have been to several South American and Caribbean countries looking for birds and find the cultures and ecosystems within them all fascinating. More than one third of the world’s bird species are found in South America, 1500 in the Amazon basin alone.

Birding Guide in Argentina

Sergio Corbet is an Agronomy Engineer and a Biological Sciences College Professor who has traveled all over Argentina and most bordering countries. Over 35 years of watching and studying nature gave Sergio the knowledge to find the best hot-spots and places where to go for successful Birding. Sergio is a Birding and Nature Guide not only for individuals or groups but also for a couple of local tour organizations. He is an active early member of Birdingpal as well as a Proact Team member and its Regional Coordinator for South America. He also is a South American Birding Correspondent to Surfbirds. He speaks English, Spanish, Russian and French.

Sergio is ready to show and help you to enjoy the best Birding in his area. Before undertaking a trip please contact him so as to make arrangements, fix dates and select places to visit so as to have a memorable Birding Trip.  The ornithologist at ornithology.com has gone birding with Sergio and found it to be a wonderful experience.

Sergio Corbett
Sergio Corbett

Argentina
Aruba
Bolivia
Brazilian Ornithological Websites
 Birding Brazil Blogspot
Caribbean
Chile
Cuba Ecuador
Galapagos
Guyana
Jamaica
Paraguay
Puerto Rico
South American Bird Species
Venezuela

 

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