Central Chile: Pacific coast 2017-06-03T18:41:43+00:00

The Pacific Coast

Birding tour towards the Pacific Coast

Join us on this birding tour toward the Pacific coast. We will be looking for the endemics of the Humboldt Current as the Guanay and Red-legged Cormorant, the Peruvian Booby, the Grey Gull and the Inca Tern. Along the coast we will also spot the endemic Seaside Cinclodes. The coast will be only one part of our adventure, in the afternoon we will also visit some marshes looking for the Many-coloured Rush-Tyrant, the brood-parasitic Black-headed Duck, the scarce Warbling Doradito and many other species as the Southamerican Painted-Snipe, the Cocoi Heron and the Rosy-biled Pochard.

Some of the species that can be found in this trip: Peruvian Booby, Inca Tern, Seaside Cinclodes, Ruddy Turnstone, Baird`s Sandpiper, Ticking Doradito, Red gartered Coot, Spot-flancked Gallinule, Grey Gull, Franklin´s Gull, Guanay Cormorant, Yellow-billed Pintail, Speckled teal, Silver Teal, Lake Duck, Crested Duck, Red Shoveler, White Tufted Grebe, Silvery Grebe, Pied-billed Grebe, Cocoi Heron.

Destionations: Pacific coast and marshes between Viña del Mar and Con-Con
Departure: 7:00 AM from Santiago or Viña del Mar and Valparaíso
Length: 1 full day.
Difficulty Level: Low
Guide: Bilingual guide specialized in birdlife.
Activities: Birding, Naturalist focused tour, Photo opportunity.

Accommodation, transportation and others included: Private ground transportation, protected areas entrance fees.

Meals: Box Lunch

Not Included: Airline tickets, tips, insurances and any other item not specified.

Minimum of passengers: Trips are guaranteed to depart with a minimum of 2 passengers.

Birdschile privileges small hotels with high standard of quality but not luxury hotels or big chains we support local business and communities.

If you want to receive more information send us an email and we will send it to you.

Equipment required: Waterproof clothes and shoes, sunscreen, water protection for your personal equipment (cameras, lens, binoculars, etc.).

Recommendation: A good book and a field guide to bring during your trip in Chile is Alvaro Jaramillo´s Birds of Chile.

Equipment provided: Literature available, bird´s check list.

If you want to receive more information send us an email and we will send it to you.

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