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    Bird Watching Patagonia Park

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  • Birds in Patagonia Park, Chile

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  • Exclusive, private birding tour in Patagonia Park Chile

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  • authentic birding tour in Patagonia, Chile

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This is a trip for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. The Chacabuco Valley, located in the heart of Patagonia Park, is home to nearly a quarter of Chile’s total known bird species. Rare and beautiuful species such as the southern canastero, austral negrito, and common miner inhabit the grasslands of the Patagonian Steppe. While in the wetlands, travelers can easily spot the black-necked swan, the common tagua, and the Chilean flamingo. The Chilean hawk, large comesebo, and the southern hued-hued, however, hide themselves in the Andean forests.

Start the bird watching tour from Paso Roballos, followed by the Chacabuco River, and stop at various viewing points within the steppe. During breeding season, many baby birds can be spotted throughout the park. Travelers will feel really close to nature and enjoy a picnic lunch in a chic, rustic campground.  For animal lovers, the park’s many mammals including guanaco, huemul, mountain vizcacha, and red fox are extra bonus. If paid attention, travelers will also find the area’s magellan lizard, four-eyed frog, and even the painted butterfly.