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3928  17agosto    4021  18sep   4274  4dic
4359  2ene  4449  18ene  4706  17mar
4776  2abr  4807  10abr   4907  8may
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5061    5083  24jun   5195  23jul
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Updated April 13, 2017.
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Frequent questions and answers
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We have updated this section based on the impacts of hurricanes Irma and María in Puerto Rico.  Within two weeks, our territory was severely damaged by
both hurricanes.  Since we live in the eastern region, we witnessed first hand the devastation of both hurricanes.  We are still are in the process of evaluating
some routes and renewing permits as the agencies are ready to open or partially open protected land.  

Safety is first for our staff, birds, and visitors.

Discounts for extended families or

Cancellation Policy
Slow mobility birders are welcome!
...Critically Endangered

  • Puerto Rican Parrot

  • Puerto Rican Screech Owl
    (Virgin Islands race)

  • Yellow-shouldered Blackbird


  • West Indian Whistling-Duck

  • Sharp-shinned Hawk
    (Puerto Rico race)

  • Plain Pigeon

  • Puerto Rican Nightjar
...Threatened Species

  • White-cheeked Pintail

  • Broad-winged Hawk
    (Puerto Rico race)

  • Black Rail

  • Caribbean Coot

  • Snowy Plover

  • Roseate Tern

  • White-crowned Pigeon

  • Elfin-Woods Warbler
Is it safe to travel to Puerto Rico?

Yes, it is safe to travel to Puerto Rico.  Please be aware:

  • As some roads are still unstable, we recommend staying in reliable hotels, which have accessible
  • At the time of this update, there will be a lot of vehicles working on reestablishing power, water,
    bridges, and other infrastructure.  
  • If you are going to rent a car, plan ahead of time as many car rentals fleets have been booked by
    relief teams. Otherwise, we can provide transfers and/or transportation, please ask for quote.
  • Do not relay in GPS since they are not accurate.

When is the best time to go birding to Puerto Rico?


It is true that the western region is better than the east?

Endangered species
Do I need to book the birding trip in advance?

Transportation - no personal cars, we comply with local Laws


Meeting point - prices could vary depending on the expenses of bird guide in relation to meeting point

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