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Birding

An estimated 80% of Guyana’s primary rainforest remains intact and is complemented by a rich diversity of habitats such as savannah grasslands, mangrove forests and coastal wetlands. Together, they are a thriving habitat for birdlife. Guyana is blessed to have species that are not overly difficult to see such as the Harpy and Crested Eagles, Guianan cock-of-the-rock, Sun Parakeet, and the colourful Hoatzin, Guyana’s glamorous national bird and directly related to the archaeopteryx, the first known bird.

Various birding hotspots, eco-lodges and conservation societies have contributed towards birding checklist for the benefit of travellers. You can view them here: 

Arrowpoint Nature Resort
Baganara Island Resort
Kaieteur Falls
Rewa Eco-Lodge
General Birding List
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December - front

December - front

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