Northern Peru offers many great birds including some of the most spectacular in the Americas. The sought-after Marvelous Spatuletail, a hummingbird with improbably long tail extensions, is certainly at the top of everyone’s list for Peru.
Long-whiskered Owlet is another desired bird, discovered in the 1970’s, then not seen for a quarter century! We now have a regular location to search for them, which has offered very good luck on most trips!
Tumbes Tyrant, Rusty-tinged Antpitta, Royal Sunangel, Fiery-throated Fruiteater, Spot-backed Antbird, Coraya Wren, Piura Chat-tyrant (a very rare and local endemic), Elegant Crescentchest, Three-banded Warbler, Bay-crowned Brush-Finch, Chapman’s Antshrike, Henna-hooded Foliage-Gleaner, Ecuadorian Piculet and Black-and-White Seedeater are just a few of the other incredible birds we’ll seek!
Note: A Machu Picchu, Marañon or Galapagos Islands pre- or post-trip extension may be added. Call for details.