If you are planning a birding tour to another country, you might like to consider one of the specific endemic wildlife tours on offer through Blue Sky Wildlife. What better way of really boosting your lifers list than a dedicated endemics trip? Local expert tour operators are best placed to know where to find their country’s endemic species. Their knowledgeable wildlife guides will know all the secret places the shyest of birds can be located for a good sighting. Take...
If you are planning a birding tour to another country, you might like to consider one of the specific endemic wildlife tours on offer through Blue Sky Wildlife. What better way of really boosting your lifers list than a dedicated endemics trip? Local expert tour operators are best placed to know where to find their country’s endemic species. Their knowledgeable wildlife guides will know all the secret places the shyest of birds can be located for a good sighting.
Take the many grasswren species of Australia, for instance. On a two-week tour you can hope to tick off at least nine of the country’s 15 species of these little birds, along with many others that can be hard to find in the outback without specialist help. On a birding safari in South Africa you can expect to see more than 50 species on an endemic wildlife tour – enough to satisfy the most ardent birder!
What about putting together a tailor-made endemic wildlife tour in Colombia? With a Blue Sky Wildlife operator you have the flexibility to choose where you go and what you see and their expertise to help you achieve your goals. And think of the lifers you could come across in other parts of Central and South America – Guatemala, Costa Rica, Peru, Equador.
These birding paradises are full of endemics to see on a wildlife tour. Hummingbird species alone make a trip to the continent one to savour.
Asia has its own quota of endemic bird species. On a two-week tour of an area such as Assam, Rajasthan or the foothills of the Himalayas in India you can immerse yourself in all manner of exotic birds you can find nowhere else. Or explore the forests of Sri Lanka, Cambodia and Malaysia for the particular birds that take their names from those areas.
The Sri Lanka Crested Drongo, for instance, or the Bornean Hornbill, the Cambodian Laughingthrush and the Sri Lanka Blue Magpie. All magnificent birds to be seen on an endemic wildlife tour.
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