Visited by birders and conservation scientists from around the world, Los Andes is part of one of the first cloud forests dedicated to the protection of the Resplendent Quetzal. Los Andes is also home to the rare Cabanis Tanager, whose distribution is limited from the east of Chiapas to the west of Guatemala along the Pacific watershed. Other species including King Vulture, Crested Caracara, Emerald Toucanet, Mountain Trogon and Common Bush-tanager, Green-throated Mountain-gem, Blue-throated Motmot, White-throated Magpie-jay, Spot-breasted Oriole, Baltimore Oriole, Orchard Oriole, Red-legged Honeycreepers. You will also see hummingbirds such as the Rufous Sabrewing and the Violet Sabrewing, Azure-crowned Hummingbird and the Berylline Hummingbird and the Berylline Hummingbird.
Wildlife & Birds :
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Présente le mardi (11h - 18h), le jeudi (9h à 12h), le vendredi (10h à 18h) et le samedi (9h à 12h)
Uniquement sur demande.