Any birder who is asked where in the world he would like to go to see birds, most likely he answers in any place of Central or South America. The attractive destinations of this continent are endless, but this year you will have the possibility to talk with people who can help you a lot to prepare a trip to two of the most interesting ones.
Colombia is a large country with many departments and regions and at the moment the love of birdwatching and the network of guides, lodges and reserves and companies dedicated to birding is growing day by day. And that is why they also celebrate bird festivals similar to ours, one of them at the Department of Tolima, located in the center of the country, in an area rich in biodiversity and famous to house the best populations of two of the most threatened parrots in Colombia, the Yelloweared and the Fuertes.
And Panama, a much smaller country, but privileged both for its situation in the American isthmus and for the ease it offers to visit its most emblematic spaces. With Nando, one of the most famous guides in this country and from the Tamandúa travel agency, you can be informed firsthand about how to organize a trip where you are almost guaranteed to see such emblematic species as the harpy eagle, the groundcuckoo, dozens of species of hummingbirds, the quetzal, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera!