BIRDING IN TIERRA DEL FUEGO NATIONAL PARK
Season: October to April
Program: Half day tour.
Highlights: Austral Pigmy Owl.
Birding tour visiting the Tierra del Fuego National Park where Giant Woodpeckers, Black-faced Ibis and other birds can be seen in the Southern Beech Forests. Seabirds such as the Kelp Geese and Steamer Ducks can be observed in the coastal areas. A snack will be provided during the tour. Duration: 4 or 5 hours. Total number of kilometers for this day: 60.
Birds: Great Grebe, White-tufted Grebe, Black-browed Albatross, Southern Giant Petrel, Black-faced Ibis, Black–crowned Night–Heron, black–necked Swan, Kelp Goose, Upland Goose, Ashy-headed Goose, Crested Duck, Spectacled Duck, Chiloe Wigeon, Yellow-billed Pintail, Speckled Teal, Flightless Steamer-Duck, Flying-Steamer Duck, Andean Condor, Turkey Vulture, Black-chested Buzzard–Eagle, Bicolor Hawk, White-throated Caracara, Southern Caracara, Chimango Caracara, Peregrine Falcon, American Kestrel, Magellanic Oystercacher, Blackish Oystercacher, Southern Lapwing, Common Snipe, South American Tern, Austral Parakeet, Great Horned Owl, Austral Pygmy-Owl, Green-backed Firecrown, Ringed Kingfisher, Magellanic Woodpecker, Dar-bellied Cinclodes, Bar-winged Cinclodes, Thorn-tailed Rayadito, White-throated Treerunner, Fire-eyed Diucon, Austral Negrito, Tufted Tit-Tyrant, White-crested Elaenia, Patagonian Tyrant, Chilean Swallow, Blue-and- White Swallow, House Wren, Austral Thrush, Patagonian Sierra-Finch, Rufous- collared Sparrow, Austral Blackbird, Black-chinned Siskin, etc.
-Birding Guide (with recorder, scope and books)
-National Park entrance fee.