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Scroll to the bottom to see Stephan's list. Below are just a few of the birding centres we recommend:. PS: have you always wished you could take photos like the ones below? Then follow the link to Pedro Lastra's amazing photography class at the Fairchild Botanical gardens in Miami by clicking on the picture below.
If you twist his arm he will even come with you to the Amazon Lodge and take you to some of our amazing birding centres for personal classes. Some pages may be in PDF format. Get the Reader here. For Bird Lovers The Amazon Lodge is perfectly situated with easy access to all the major birding locations in Trinidad.
Yerette Hummingbird Centre - 3 hours A retired couple, Theo and Gloria, have created a world famous centre at their home in the beautiful Maracas Valley.
Visited by no less a person that the wife of the President of China during their state visit in , the sight of hundreds of humming birds and the incredible slide show given by Theo make this a firm favourite with our guests. Click here for more details. Your boat ride with Nanan's Scarlet Ibis Tours will take you through the heart of the mangrove swamp where you may see many of the creatures that call the area home.
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The Amazon Lodge - Trinidad's Base Camp for Birders
Point-a-Pierre Wild Fowl Trust - 4 hours incl. That same year, he decided to go on a motorcycle journey through Brazil. The purpose of his trip was to record the largest possible number of bird species and see in practice the biogeographical aspects of Brazil. He has already guided a few big Tours through the Northeast, Amazon and Tocantins that have turned out to be very successful journeys.
Tatiana Pongiluppi. And it was in this environment that Tatiana began birding in the year of , when she was still an undergraduate student. In , she started working in SAVE Brasil Birdlife International in Brazil , where she began traveling to many parts of the country acting for bird conservation in local communities and carrying out bird surveys. Tatiana passionately worked for years connecting people, environment, culture and birds while leading citizen science projects. Currently, she applies all of these skills and knowledge to work on logistics to provide the best experience for birding tourists in Brazil.
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He lives in Manaus since , one of the Hotspots for birdwatching in Brazil and has already made several expeditions through the Brazilian Amazon, going to remote places and finding rare species of the region where he guides since His biggest passion is to record bird songs and has over Brazilian bird species recorded. Since he travels all over the country with the sole purpose of observing and studying this beautiful and rich group; birds.
He worked for 10 years with Cultura Popular Popular Culture in the town of Potengi and had birdwatching as a hobby. He was a volunteer at the Araripe Manakin Conservation Project, where he had more contact with Ornithology. Carlos Gussoni.
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He is a birder since he was 11 years old and has travelled birding in 21 of the 26 Brazilian states. In his expeditions, he has already observed species in Brazilian territory, giving him a wide knowledge on the Brazilian avifauna. Pablo Cerqueira. Since childhood was very curious to know about animals who observed in the nature, in the undergraduate naturally chose study Biology to specialize in birds.
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Currently working on a PhD. Pablo has ten years of field experience participating and organizing expeditions to many places in the Amazon, Caatinga dry forests and Cerrado with special interest in explore remote regions. He is an enthusiastic wildlife photographer and sound record contributor on Macaulay Library Cornell Lab of Ornithology.