Manu Birding Lodge
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Marvelous Spatuletail
This marvellous hummingbird can be seen in north Peru. Sightings can be arranged as an extension to a tour from Manu or another tour from southern Peru. Loddigesia mirabilis
King Vulture
It is pivotal that in order to photograph these special creatures (plus other vultures) every participant must not be seen so at Manu Birding Lodge we take steps to provide suitable cover. Sarcoramphus papa
Pavonine Quetzal
On the Quetzal trail there are chances to see this beautiful species, especially at Manu Birding Lodge where there are over 532 bird species. Pharomachrus pavoninus
Humboldt Penguin
This wonderful species is situated just one hour south of Lima at Pucusana fishing port; there are fantastic opportunities there to both see and photograph. You can arrange this before a flight to Cusco or before your international flight on your return. Spheniscus humboldti
Andean Condor
This enigmatic bird of prey can be seen at the Apurimac Canyon near Cusco. The chance to see them is offered as a full day tour. Vultur gryphus
Andean Cock-of-the-rock
The national bird of Peru, the Andean Cock-of-the-Rock can be seen and photographed in the Manu cloud forest. There is a hide that is used to enjoy very close views of this lovely species. Rupicola peruvianus
Red-and-green Macaw
There are great chances to see and photograph this large species of parrot at the Macaw clay licks nearby Manu Birding Lodge. Ara chloropterus
Festive Coquette
A rare species in Peru, but easy to see and photograph in the hummingbird garden at Manu Birding Lodge, alongside 23 other species. Lophornis chalybeus
Orinoco Goose
This species is rare and found only in southeast Peru in remote areas such as Manu. The birds are frequently seen along the Madre de Dios River near Manu Birding Lodge. Oressochen jubatus
Horned Screamer
One of the region's target species and there's a great opportunity to see and photograph one at the oxbow lakes and along the river sand bars near Manu Birding Lodge. Anhima cornuta

Manu Birding Lodge is owned and run by Amazon Birding. The trails and scenery should delight everyone who enjoys experiencing nature first hand. All our local birds, mammals, butterflies and moths provide endless opportunities for wildlife photographers.

In addition to managing all the forest and land of the private reserve, and running Manu Birding Lodge, we take part in a project working with people in nearby communities who are seeking economic alternatives to destroying the area’s remaining rainforest in the need for space for agriculture. Help save Peru’s Rainforest!

In time, it is hoped that the Manu Birding Lodge private reserve will become a recognised base for scientific research in ornithology, zoology, botany and other biological fields, allied to nearby Manu National Park.

The backgrounds and training of the handful of people who work at Manu Birding Lodge differ but there is still a shared value of promoting conservation and playing host to birders, giving them an insight into the precious ecology of this part of Peru.

The driving force of the Manu Birding Lodge business is conservation, not profit.

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