Which are the top 10 pelagic birds one can see in Peru? Check out this list to learn. Join us for a day at sea, and perhaps also a visit to the Nazca Lines.
Are you planning a trip to Peru? Worried about el Niño. Will it affect the area where you are going? Here we present the best areas to visit not affected by El Niño. The flooding in the north, and the water shortage in Lima, destroyed bridges and general catastrophe has made news internationally, and obviously many people who planned to come to Peru are getting second thoughts. But it is still possible to do quality birding.
Of 23 grebes worldwide, 3 have gone extinct the last 40 years. Junin Grebe may be next. We may not even notice. We must ask the question “Why does the population of Junin Grebe increase?” instead of “How many Junin Grebes are there?”.
Gunnar Engblom first came to Peru 25 years ago. This calls for a celebration. In a series of posts Gunnar will share some memories and present different aspects of the tours we run in Peru. There is also a time limited 10% discount on our remaining tours in 2015.
Birding Globetrotter and author Noah Strycker will very likely become the first person to see 5000 birds in a year. How do you get the best yield in Peru if you only have 3 weeks? Check out this.
Pelagic birdwatching in Peru I have arranged pelagics in Lima since 2000. We usually run around 10-12 pelagics per year. Sometimes, we do special trips to look for cetaceans, but more often we encounter whales or dolphins regularly on our…