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"As the path of the birds in the air or of fishes in the water is invisible, even so is the path of the possessors of wisdom."
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Puerto Rico has two major karst regions, northern and southern.  The northern karst (North Belt) is located in a subtropical moist
forest life zone.  Due to its topography the karst region consist of an unique unfragmented forest holding the most extensive forest
canopy cover on the Island.
 Whether you are staying in San Juan, Dorado or the northwestern coast, the North Belt Corridor is an
option when looking for specific birds, such as the flamingo, tropic birds, and yellow-brested crake; and, of course, endemic
species.

It is in this region where a group of biologists of the Natural Resources and Environmental Department continue their efforts to
protect the Puerto Rican Amazon.  Our Iguaca is a
critically endangered species that reproduce from January through June.  Since
most birders visit Puerto Rico from September through May, we encourage everyone to avoid any type of distress to this species as
local and federal Laws protect them.
Birds, nature, culture, and regional cuisine.
All birding trips are weather permissible. especially during the Summer--Sahara dust, Monserrat Volcano ashes, high concentration of mold, and/or Hurricane Season.
3695  11 junio    3810  28 junio  3853  19 julio
3928  17agosto    4021  18sep   4274  4dic
4359  2ene  4449  18ene  4706  17mar
4776  2abr  4807  10abr   4907  8may
4925   15may   4956  21may  5014  3jun  5022  15jun  
5061    5083  24jun   5195  23jul
6432  15mar2010
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Updated January 1, 2017.
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The North Belt Region, at the heartland of our countryside, is one place where you
can find endemics, such as the Tody, Tanager, Bullfinch, Lizard Cuckoo, Green
Mango, plus  Antillean and Caribbean specialties (Antillean Euphonia).   We will
also explore the coastal and other areas looking for the West Indian Whistling
Duck and the Greater Flamingo.

The
southern karst is explored during our birding trips to the southwestern region.

This is an excellent alternative for slow mobility participants.