Machu Picchu Cusco Birding
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Cusco Birding Tour

Peru 4 Days
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Masked Fruiteater
This beautiful endemic bird can be seen near Puente Ruinas on the way to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu. Its colors and endemism make it a real highlight of Cusco – Peru.
Rusty-fronted Canastero
Beautiful endemic bird canastero from the Andes of southern Peru. Easily sighted around Cusco but very difficult to photograph because they are among the bushes.
Creamy-crested Spinetail
Incredible endemic bird Spinetail from southern Peru. It can be found very close to Cusco city. Especially around the archaeological site of Tambomachay.
Bearded Mountaineer
Endemic hummingbird. Easily recognisable by its large size (16 cms). Beautiful colors where white predominates. Very impressive.
White-tufted Sunbean
Peruvian endemic hummingbird that reside in two main areas located in Central and Southern-Central Peru. Locally fairly common In Cusco region like at the beginning of the inca trail, Las Peñas in the way to Malaga pass and also in Soqma destination.
Chestnut-breasted Mountain Finch
A beautiful endemic tanager from Cusco and Apurimac region. Fairly common around Cusco city like in Tambomachay archeological site. A large and relatively stocky impressive finch.
Inca Tern
Elegant bird that only inhabits the coasts of Peru and Chile. Easily appreciable at Ballestas Islands as well as in some piers. Very easy to recognise.
Andean Cock-of-the-rock
One of the most representative birds of South America. Bird symbol of Peru. While it is not endemic, its wonderful shape and spectacular color make it a super target. Uncommon to fairly common on the Machu Picchu route to Mandor waterfalls.
Red-legged Cormorant
Most beautiful Peruvian cormorant. Endemic of the humbolt current. Readily recognized into Ballestas Islands by its shape and pretty colors.
Very strange bird with “prehistoric” shapes. Very common in the rainforest like Puerto Maldonado. Readily recognized in Sandoval lake.

Machu Picchu Cusco Birding do not have any conservation right now.

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