• Fifteen endemic bird species in the region
  • Puerto Rican Parrot Quest
  • Antillean & Caribbean specialties, Tropicbirds
  • Migratory species (seasonal)
  • Wet Forest,  Coastal Dry Forest
  • 20 years in business, fully licensed company
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Possible endemic species:  Tanager, Oriole,  Spindalis, Vireo, Screech Owl, Adelaide´s Warbler, Parrot, Tody,
Woodpecker, Bullfinch, Lizard Cuckoo, Flycatcher, Green Mango, Emerald.  Plus Puerto Rican Pewee, Antillean Euphonia,
Plain Pigeon, and many others.
Option 2 - San Juan / Piñones

  • 7:30 AM - 10:30 AM (flexible departures)
  • San Juan and short of time?  Fifteen minutes from
    airport.
  • Shorebirds, endemics (Vireo, Flycatcher, Spindalis,
    Woodpecker, Green Mango, Screech Owl)

Option 3 - Arecibo

  • 7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • NORTH BELT REGION
  • One and a half hour drive from San Juan
  • Endemic species (including our Parrot, Green Mango)
  • Possible endemics:  Lesser Antillean Pewee,
    Loggerhead Kingbird, Antillean Euphonia
  • Migratory species (seasonal)
Option 1 - Old San Juan (Urban Bird Watching)

  • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM or 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • Flexible departures
  • Urban Bird Watching
  • Endemic and natives, look for hummers!
  • Discount for cruise ship groups with a minimum of
    10 PAX
Do you follow
sustainable tourism
principles?  Hire a
local Birder Guide.
Caribbean Elaenia, Antillean Mango, Antillean Nighthawk,
Flamingo, Broad-winged Hawk, Black Swift.  Plus three possible
endemics:  Loggerhead Kingbird, Antillean Euphonia and Puerto
Rican Pewee.
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Availability
Duration
Effort Level
Meeting Point
Minimum
Price
Transportation
Private Trip
Reservations
Entrance Fees
Not included

Restrictions
NOR-BW-HD
Daily upon request
See below
Easy to moderate
On site
1 PAX
Please contact us
Not included
Yes
Always required
N/A
Guide expenses,
lunch, or tips
Non-smokers only
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Old San Juan - Best option when you are short of time
@ San Juan Port or Airport.  Discount for groups on
cruise ships.  Possible endemics:  
Emerald,
Spindalis,
plus Antillean species:  Green-throated
Carib.  

San Juan / Piñones - Second best option with limited
time.  
We will look for several endemics, such as:  
Woodpecker, Flycatcher, Emerald, Spindalis,
Oriole, Vireo.

Arecibo - If you are looking for the PR Parrot this
could probably be the only chance to look for this rare
bird.
Other endemics, plus PR Pewee and PR
Mango.  
Our local birders know the where, how,
when, and why of birding in selected site.
 
New regulations in Puerto Rico require that anyone paid to offer guiding service
must be certified by local Government.  When hiring a Guide, you should verify
that the person is certified by the Puerto Rico Tourism Board.  Groups visiting
Puerto Rico should and must hire local Certified Tour Guides.
"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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Endemics

  1. Tody
  2. Woodpecker
  3. Lizard Cuckoo
  4. Oriole
  5. Flycatcher
  6. Tanager
  7. Spindalis
  8. Bullfinch
  9. Screech Owl
  10. Emerald
  11. Green Mango
  12. Adelaide´s Warbler
  13. Yellow-shouldered Black Bird
  14. Vireo
  15. Elfin-woods Warbler*
  16. Parrot*
  17. Nightjar**

Near Endemics

  1. Antillean Euphonia
  2. Loggerhead Kingbird
  3. Lesser Antillean Pewee

Subspecies

  1. Bananaquit
  2. Yellow-faced Grassquit
  3. Cave Swallow
  4. Plain Pigeon
  5. Common Ground Dove
  6. Sharp-shinned Hawk
  7. Broad-winged Hawk
  8. Grasshopper Sparrow
  9. Short-eared Owl

Antillean/Caribbean Specialties

  1. Caribbean Elaenia
  2. Green-throated Carib
  3. Antillean Crested Hummingbird
  4. Caribbean Coot
  5. Greater Antillean Grackle
  6. Caribbean Martin
  7. Antillean Nighthawk
  8. Red-legged Thrush
  9. Pearly-eyed Thrasher
  10. West Indian Whistling Duck
  11. Cuban Martin
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100% of your
money is spend
locally.
Disabled birders are welcome!
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You should bring  

  • Comfortable hiking boots or
    shoes that could get dirty,
  • Sunblock,
  • Hat,
  • Rain gear
  • Binoculars,
  • Scope,
  • Camera,
  • ...and a big smile.

We provide

  • Bottled water,
  • Insect repellent,
  • Nikon ProStaff Scope,
  • Certified Tour Guide

Be prepared for

  • uneven terrain,
  • rain
Cruise passenger, do you want to
go birding?






Transportation is available from
San Juan, Mayagüez, and Ponce
ports.   All our vehicles comply
with Government´s requirements.
All birding trips are weather permissible. especially during the Summer--Sahara dust, Monserrat Volcano ashes, high concentration of mold, and/or Hurricane Season.
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