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NORTH BIRDING ROUTE TOUR 14D/13N

The Northern Birding Route is a treat for every bird lover as is home to many endemic and threatened species. After exploring a marshland near Lima, we fly to Chiclayo in northern Peru. Our adventures take us from lowland tropical forest to high altitude cloud forest. We’ll visit conservation areas, fabulous roadside birding spots and gardens full of hummingbirds. Along the way we stop at world-famous archeological sites - remnants of Incan, Chachapoyan and Sicán cultures. The ecolodges and hotels are comfortable and often in top-notched birding spots.

DAY 1: ARRIVE IN LIMA

We’ll pick you up upon arrival to Lima’s international airport and transport you to you hotel in the city. Enjoy the rest of the day at your hotel and nearby.

DAY 2: PANTANOS DE VILLA WILDLIFE REFUGE/PUCUSANA

After an early morning breakfast we set off for the “Pantanos de Villa Wildlife Refuge”, about twelve miles south of Lima. The marshland provides protected habitat for one hundred fifty Species of birds including the Pied-billed and Giant Grebes, Little Blue and Striated Herons, Cinnamon Teal, Osprey, Peregrine Falcon, Black-necked Stilt, Groove-billed Ani, Blue-and-white Swallow, Long-tailed Mockingbird, Puna Ibis and Peruvian Meadowlark

Our next stop is Pucusana, a small fishing village. On a short boat ride around the harbor we’ll see hundreds of Inca Terns and Peruvian Pelicans, dainty White-vented Storm Petrels, Blackish Oystercatchers, Surfbirds, Surf Cinclodes and the impressive South American Sea Lions.

We head back to Lima through the coastal desert along the Pan-American Highway. The desert landscape here is an interesting contrast of agricultural oases and barren expanses.

Enjoy the evening in your Lima hotel and take the opportunity to sample world-famous Peruvian cuisine.

DAY 3: CHICLAYO/CHAPARRI LODGE

An early flight takes us five hundred miles northwest of Lima to the city of Chiclayo, the capital of the Lambayeque region. Our driver picks us up at the airport and we set off for the “Santuario Histórico Bosque de Pomac” (Pomac’s Forest Historic Sanctuary) to look for endemic species like the Peruvian Plant-cutter and Rufous Flycatcher. In addition to the birdlife, the “Santuario Histórico Bosque de Pomac” has remnants of the native dry forest and numerous pyramids and archeological sites of the Sicán culture.

Next stops are the small city of Chongoyape and the Chaparri Ecological Reserve. On the way we will look for the endemic Tumbes Tyrant as well as the West Peruvian Dove, Coastal Miner, Sulphur-throated Finch, Peruvian Pygmy-Owl, Scarlet-backed Woodpecker, Collared Antshrike, Tumbesian Tyrannulet, Peruvian Martin, Cinereous Finch and White-edged Oriole.

We will overnight in the Chaparri Ecolodge in the dry forest and foothills of the Andes.

DAY 4: CHAPARRI ECOLODGE

We’ll spend the day birding near the lodge in the Chaparri Private Conservation Area, over 140 square miles of preserved wildlife habitat. The area is one of the few places for spotting the endemic and endangered White-winged Guan, the Croaking Ground Dove, Red-masked Parakeet, Pacific Parrotlet, West Peruvian Screech-Owl, Tumbes Swift, Tumbes Hummingbird, Amazilia Hummingbird, Oasis Hummingbird, Ecuadorian Piculet, Necklaced Spinetail, Collared Antshrike, Elegant Crescent-chest, Gray-and-white Tyrannulet, Pacific Elaenia, Tawny-crowned Pygmy-Tyrant, Tumbes Pewee, Baird's Flycatcher, Plumbeous-backed Thrush, Superciliated Wren, Chestnut-collared Swallow, White-tailed Jay, Tumbes Sparrow, White-headed and White-winged Brush Finches and Collared Warbling Finch.
Overnight at the Chaparri Ecolodge

DAY 5: OLMOS AND JAEN

After an early morning breakfast we’ll travel to an area east of the city of Olmos where we’ll look for the Henna-hooded Foliage-gleaner, Ochre-bellied Dove, Three-banded Warbler and Black-capped Sparrow. We move on to the town of Jaen, stopping in the way to look for the Piura-Chat Tyrant, Masked Saltator, White-headed brush Finch, Spot-throated Hummingbird, Peruvian Meadowlark and the Little Inca Finch.

We’ll take in the views at the top of Abra Porculla, the east-west pass through the Western Cordillera of the Peruvian Andes. We end our day in Jaén, 740 meters (2400 feet) above sea level and part of the high jungle region of Peru.
We overnight at the Jaén Hotel.

DAY 6: JAEN TO CHIDO LODGE

In the early morning we’ll bird near in the deciduous woods near Jaén. We’ll look for the Marañón Crescentchest, Ecuadorian Ground Dove, Chinchipe Spinetail (endemic), Marañón Thornbird, Black-and-white Becard, Marañón Gnatcatcher, Purple-throated Euphonia, Drab Seedeater, and Red-crested Finch. We continue on to Tamborapa and Huancabamba looking for Tataupa Tinamou, Marañón Slaty Antshrike, Speckled-breasted Wren, Buff-bellied Tanager and Marañón Spinetail.

In the late afternoon, on our way to the family-owned Chido Hostel Lodge we’ll look for the Little Inca-Finch (endemic), Chestnut-throated Seedeater and Short-tailed Field-Tyrant.
Overnight at the Chido Hostal Lodge.

DAY 7:UCTUBAMBA RIVER TO LEYMEBAMBA

After an early morning breakfast we head for the Utcubamba River where we’ll bird for the River Tyrannulet, Fasciated Tiger Heron, Marañón Thrush, Peruvian Pigeon among many others. We drive on to Leymebamba District and to a restaurant with a beautiful garden full of hummingbird feeders. We’ll have a relaxed lunch while sighting numerous species of hummingbirds. We’ll see the endemic Marvelous Spatuletail, one of the most spectacular hummingbirds in the world! Other species we’ll see are the Purple-throated Sunangel and Rainbow Starfrontlet. Chachapoyas is also home to the Leymebamba Museum, famous for its mummies from the Chachapoyas Culture who ruled the region until the 15th century when they were conquered by the Incas.

In the afternoon we explore the Las Palmas Cloud Forest Reserve and The Cerro Campos of Tuen, a canyon and fantastic birding site not far from Leymebamba.

Overnight in Leymebamba at the Hostal Casona de Leymebamba, a charming country hotel.

DAY 8: POMACOCHAS TO ABRA PATRICIA

We rise early to resume our birding along the Utcubamba River. We’ll be on the lookout for rare species as we drive toward the town of Pomacochas. On the way we’ll stop at the Huembo Interpretative Center. The center has botanical gardens and numerous feeders that attract hummingbirds such as the Marvelous Spatuletail, Andean Emerald, Purple-collared Woodstar, Green-tailed Trainbearer, and the Green Violetear. Other species we may see are the Plain-breasted Hawk, Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle, Andean Guan, Subtropical Doradito, Mottle-cheeked Tyrannulet and Silver-backed Tanager.

Overnight at the Abra Patricia Lodge, built in 2007 in the cloud forest.

DAY 9: ABRA PATRICIA PASS

We have a full day of birding at the famous Abra Patricia Pass, the only known location to see endemic and rare species such as the Long-whiskered Owlet, Royal Sunangel, Coppery-naped Puffleg, Ochre-fronted, Rusty-tinged and Chestnut Antpittas, and the recently described Lulu's Tody-Tyrant. Other species we’ll be looking for are the Hooded Tinamou, Scaly-naped Amazon, Gray-breasted Mountain-Toucan, Peruvian Rufous-vented Tapaculo (endemic), Black-throated Tody-Tyrant, Cinnamon-breasted Tody-Tyrant, Bronze-olive Pygmy-Tyrant, Rufous-headed Pygmy-Tyrant, Andean Tyrant, Chestnut-crested Cotinga, Pale-footed Swallow, Yellow-scarfed Tanager (endemic), Red-hooded Tanager, Rufous-crested Tanager, White-capped Tanager, and Bar-winged Wood-Wren.

Overnight at the Abra Patricia Lodge

DAY 10: ABRA PATRICIA AND ALTO MAYO PROTECTED FOREST

We’ll move beyond Full Abra Patricia to visit the lower mountain forest of the Alto Mayo Protected Forest. The Alto Mayo Protected Forest is one of the most beautiful locations we’ll visit on our trip. Its 450,000 acres of habitat is home to the Yellow-tailed Woolly Monkey, many types of orchids and numerous species of birds. We’ll see the Wire-crested Thorntail, Emerald-bellied Puffleg, Versicolored Barbet, Speckle-chested Piculet, Leimebamba Antpitta, Short-billed (Gray) Tapaculo, Loja Tyrannulet, Plumbeous-crowned Tyrannulet, Inca Flycatcher (endemic), Buff-throated Tody-Tyrant, Chestnut-belted Chat-Tyrant, Scaled Fruiteater, Fiery-throated Fruiteater, Red-ruffed Fruitcrow, Amazonian Umbrellabird, White-collared Jay and White-eared Solitaire among others.

Overnight at the Abra Patricia Lodge.

DAY 11:

We head down the eastern flank of the Andes near the village of Aguas Verdes looking for flocks of mixed-species that include Oil Birds and Ash-throated Antwrens.

We’ll spend the night in Moyobamba at the Fruiteater Lodge, with its lovely gardens and hummingbird feeders.

DAY 12:

We’ll have plenty of time to explore the trails and gardens near the lodge and look for the Rufous-crested Coquette, Goulds Jewelfront, White-necked Jacobin, Fiery- throated Fruiteater, Black and White Tody-Flycatcher, and the Vermiculated Screech Owl.

Overnight in Moyobamba at the Fruiteater Lodge.

DAY 13:

After an early morning bird walk on the trails near the lodge we start heading toward Tarapoto – “city of the palms” - stopping along the way to do some birding. We’ll have some time to explore Tarapoto, a small city with good shops and restaurants.

Overnight in Tarapoto at the Hotel Cumbaza.

DAY 14:

We’ll have a few hours of early morning birding before catching the flight back to Lima airport and international flights back home.

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