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  • Birding in Chile

    North to South Bird Watching

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Birding in Chile is a superb, thanks to our country’s fantastic collection of different species and extraordinary landscape. Touring from north to south in Chile, travelers will find the dramatic biodiversity equal to touring from southeastern Alaska to southwestern Mexico.

Birds of Chile are a foremost example of our country’s biodiversity. The avifauna ranges from penguins, rheas, flamingoes and a superb selection of southern waterfowl and shorebirds to 30 species of ovenbirds. Travelers can spot woodpeckers and the mysterious chucao (whose percussive sound continues to fascinate human beings) in the forests of national parks like Villarrica, Huerquehue, Conguillo, Vicente Pérez Rosales, Puyehue and the Huilo Huilo National Reserve. Continue the tour in Chiloé and the extreme southern region. In Isla Navarino, travelers will find the iconic large woodpecker who constantly makes its characteristic nibbles at the dry wood. Our birding adventure takes place in spring, when bird activity is at its peak height.