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Birding Venezuela: Henri Pittier National Park, The Andes and The Llanos in 14 nights and 15 days

A visit to Venezuela’s three most important, world famous, bird watching areas: Rancho Grande Biological Station (over 550 species), within Henri Pittier National Park ( 89.000 h), the country’s oldest nature reserve created in 1937, well known itself for excellent birding; Mérida, known for its variety of hummingbirds, for birding in sub-tropical and mountainous elevations, as well as in the high altitude meadows known as “páramos” and the Llanos, one of the most interesting regions in South America for bird-watchers with an abundance of species such as macaws, egrets, herons, storks and fish eagles, white, scarlet and glossy ibis, osprey, parrots, hawks, black vultures and hummingbirds.

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