Re: [BIRDING-NZ] TR: Peru - Satipo road 502 species in 12 days - a recor

To: Stuart and Alison Chambers <>, "Gunnar Engblom (Kolibri Expeditions)" <>
Subject: Re: [BIRDING-NZ] TR: Peru - Satipo road 502 species in 12 days - a record?
From: dia-suzi <>
Date: Wed, 10 May 2006 08:41:35 +1200
In Ecuador last year we saw more than 250 species in five days of guided dawn to dark birding on the mainland. Not bad in a country that has 1500+ species. Why do it ? It's a fantastic treat to see so many different species, and although you may only have time to ID them at the time, and maybe photograph a few, once back home you can research their behaviour, ecology, conservation status and habitat - for the next visit ! It's a great way of finding out more not just about the birds, but also the geography of the country. Manana en Ecuador ! Uno dia quiza en Peru !?

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