Bird Watching or Birding
Guided tour of William Daza to see the best bird species
Birds of the Amazon, Colombia birding with William Daza
We offer experiences in bird watching (Birding) in different Amazonian ecosystems of the triple border: Colombia, Brazil and Peru, in the context of sustainable development, ecotourism, community and cultural tourism.
Milano muslirufo, Gavilán de calzón rufo – Harpagus diodon, seen by William Daza on June 12, 2019.
Bird Watching Excursions
Benefits of Bird Watching
Bird watching experiences for both students, apprentices and experts, which allow to develop knowledge and research skills of nature and culture.
Propitiate and understand the own knowledge that communities have around the interaction «people-bird» (ethno-ornithology).
You will interact with the indigenous communities, respecting their worldviews, cultures, customs and traditions.
Colombia is the country with the most bird species found
Global Big Day
The GBD is the world’s largest bird watching competition.
This initiative is led by the Ornithology Laboratory of Cornell University (United States) to promote bird conservation and protection.
On May 4, 2019 Colombia ratified the First Place and the three-time championship 2017, 2018 and 2019:
1. Colombia with 1591 species.
2. Peru with 1516 species.
3. Ecuador with 1144 species.
Amazon Jungle, Colombia (CO) Nov 2019
630 bird species in the Department of the Amazon, Colombia with 1971 watch lists.
WILLIAM DAZA DÍAZ is in the Top 10 of birdwatchers in the Department of the Amazon, with 275 species observed and recorded on the e-bird platform.
- 5 in the morning is the right time to get ready and move to the chosen place.
- 5:30 to 6:00 in the morning is the time to start the sighting.
- 8:00 to 9:00 am for breakfast and continue the observation.
- 12:00 m time for lunch, rest, contemplation or bath according to scenarios.
- 2:00 pm return and sighting.
- 5:00 pm evaluation and list of birds observed by all.
Bird Watching Equipment
Binoculars, Camera and Radio Phone.
Books and Notebook
Águila Plomiza – Ictinia plumbea
Arrocero Buchicastaño – Oryzoborus angolensis
Atrapamoscas Cabecinegro – Myiarchus tubericulifer
Bichofué Chico – Pitangus lictor
Cabezón Castaño – Pachyramphus casneus