Tour Colombia’s Spectacular Birds

Guadualito Birding Tours offers nine days in the Colombian countryside observing many of the country’s 1,920+ known bird species. Based out of Cali, the tour visits four distinct birding locations: Guadualito Area (south of Cali), Coordillera Occidental, Wetlands and Coordillera Central. These locations take birders through the Andes mountains, open fields and riparian corridors to seek a variety of hummingbirds, tanagers, flycatchers, and raptors.

Toucanets, hummingbirds, tanagers, and quetzals call to birders in the lush jungle. On the banks of the Colombian wetlands, orioles, ibis, hawks, cormorants, and waterfowl play on the ground, water and in the sky.

Colombia is host over 1,920 species of birds, possibly the most diverse population of birds in the world!

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Santiago Birding Coordillera Occidental For more information please contact Santiago M. Escruceria or write to P.O. Box 224 Lee Vining, CA 93541 USA Phone: 707-328 6371 ©GBT 2017 Your guide: Santiago M. Escruceria

Your Guide

Colombian-born Santiago M. Escruceria, Guadualito Birding Tours owner and guide, opens up his family and friend’s homes and land to host birding and naturalist events. He leads small groups through the countryside of his youth to share the beauty of the birds and the land.

Santiago shares with clients copies of “A Guide To The Birds of Colombia,” “Birds of Northern South America,” and the new “Field Guide to the Birds of Colombia.” Clients also receive a general Colombian bird-list packet to document birds observed and to preserve many memorable moments.

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