Zapata Wren during our last tour in Cuba

Zapata Wren

Zapata Wren

The Zapata Wren is the most restricted endemic in Cuba, only present in the Zapata Peninsula and certainly a must-see when you go to Cuba. It is also the only member of its genus: ferminia! We got to see it this well during our last tour, allowing everyone in the group to have good looks and even take some pictures with the sunrise light!

If you want to know more about our next tour to Cuba, follow this link.

Snow Leopard Tour – New Trip Report

Snow Leopard in Ladakh

Snow Leopard in Ladakh

The trip report from our last Snow Leopard Tour is now online! Written by Marta Curti, it contains a detailed itinerary description with all wildlife findings and beautiful pictures taken during this trip to the Ladakh region in India. Also, there’s additional information about the successful Tiger extension trip!

To know more, just follow this link to the trip report.

Bushy-crested Jay in #Guatemala #Birding

We just finished a fantastic fam-trip in Guatemala, which included presentations and debate sessions about birding tourism and conservation. We want to thank to the organizers and collaborators of Birdforum for a great event and for inviting us to participate.

We are looking forward to coming back to this tremendously diverse country, which has improved so much in terms of tourism services and safety, and is already attracting higher numbers of enthusiast naturalists and travelers. If you add some really special regional endemics like the Horned Guan or the Pink-headed Warbler to the formula, Guatemala is one of the best destinations in Central America for any birder with an interest in neotropical birds.

In the picture, a backyard bird in Guatemala, the raucous Bushy-crested Jay!

#Cuba #Birding Tour 2018 available, check out

Our 2018 Endemic Birds of Cuba tour is now available. This 11-day tour will begin on the 1st of February 2018, and it’s designed in order to see all the island endemics as well as the regional endemics. We have got the first enquiries but there are some spaces available. Let us know if you are interested!

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