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Honduran Emerald
Country Endemic. The Amazilia luciae is an endangered hummingbird with restricted distribution, mostly because of its habitat fragmentation. They inhabit different altitudinal floors from dry thorn forests with shrubs, pine-oak forests, even borders of cloud forests.
Honduran Manatee
Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge. The refuge's most famous inhabitant is the elusive and endangered West Indian Manatee with an estimated population of 50 individuals. Photo credit: US Fish & Wildlife Service.
Resplendent Quetzal
Regional Endemic. The male Quetzal is one of the most beautiful birds in the tropics, this cloud forest Trogonidae that feeds of "aguacatillo", a wild type of avocado from the Lauraceae family.
Keel-billed Motmot
Northern Regional Endemic. This one is of the seven members of the Momotidae family that you can observe in Honduras. We have more motmots here than in any other country in the region. KBMO Inhabits mature and secondary humid rainforests.
Northern Emerald-Toucanet
Northern Regional Endemic. Small emerald green toucan of humid montane forests, the sub-species found in Honduras has a white throat, and further south it has a blue throat.
Rufous-collared Robin
Regional Endemic. This beautiful thrush is restricted to a small region of highlands in Central America but within its distribution range is fairly common.
Rufous-browed Wren
Regional Endemic. Restricted to highland forests, often found foraging from bromeliads, fallen trees, and tangled climbing plants.
Bushy-crested Jay
Endemic to Northern Central America. A breeding resident that can be found in a variety of habitats like, mixed forest, wooded plantations, pine-oak, and humid broadleaf forests.
Green-breasted Mountain-Gem
Co-Endemic species of hummingbird found only in central Honduras and north-western Nicaragua. Inhabits humid evergreen forests and edges with shrubs.
Wine-throated Hummingbird
Regional Endemic. A small hummingbird that forages in clearings and edge of pine-oak forest and cloud forest. During courtship displays, the males move back and forth in front of the females to attract their attention.

Feathers Eco-Birding Tours is part of a group of companies owned by our family. Our creed for conservation encompasses a percentage of all our tours to be donated for protection, investigation and conservation purposes to Finca Las Palmas, a private natural reserve, in the Apaguiz-Apapuerta Massif, the most vital watershed for Danli and more than 70 surroundings communities, in the Department of El Paraíso, Honduras.

The mature broad-leaf forest found in this massif is of great importance because of the infiltration and recollection of water and is a very rich area in biodiversity issues.

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