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Birdwatching in Mexico is
Safe, Easy and Fun!
West Central Mexico
March 8-22, 2020 2977 USD
Still excellent birding with 350 species and 50 endemics, beautiful sunny landscapes and happy people. But this tour has more daylight!
February 9-22, 2020 2518 USD
Easy and wonderful birding! 250 species, 20 endemics while enjoying Caribbean turquoise waters, pristine jungle and monumental Maya ruins. You will love it!
Life is good!
A week ago I went to Puerto Vallarta to try to save my broken heart. Unfortunately I failed to achieve this, and I had to return home with unfulfilled cause. This would normally have been a hurtful experience, humiliated and leaving no perspective for the future. But it wasn’t so. I felt pretty good, and optimistic, because unexpected things happened!
During my failed mission I was staying at Rancho Primavera at Bonnie’s good will. I had no plans about birding on the ranch. Both because my thoughts were elsewhere, and because the normal birding season was over. But despite of this I still brought my birding gear. Routinely after 30 years of birding, I guess. You never know.
And exactly so! Bonnie and I had not been talking about birds while planning for my arrival, so when I got there my eyes grew big, when she told me that a hermit had been coming to the feeder during the last several days!
Even though I live 6 hours from the ranch, I still consider it one of my local birding patches. During the years I have grown found of the place like so many others, and my bird list is one that I maintain with diligence and affection. I had seen the hermit on the property before, but only once and only a brief view down by the river. Bonnie had often talked about the hermit coming to feed on the flowers in front of her kitchen window, but never h ... read more
|Did you know that...|
|In 2010 and 2011 the Harpy Eagle has been seen again after many years of absence in Chiapas in the Lacandon rain forest. One time close to Yaxchilan on the border to Guatemala.|