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.

Key Birding Regions
Birds In The Spotlight
Birding Checklist
Guide to Birding
Birding Tours
Birder's Paradise
Best Eco-Lodges

Plan Your Trip

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Get Inspired

Planning a Family Adventure to Guyana
5 Unique Experiences in Guyana that You Can’t Find Anywhere Else
Top Attractions in Georgetown
Is Guyana Safe for Solo Travellers?

Get Inspired

Planning a Family Adventure to Guyana
5 Unique Experiences in Guyana that You Can’t Find Anywhere Else
Top Attractions in Georgetown
Is Guyana Safe for Solo Travellers?