BIRDING IN TIERRA DEL FUEGO NATIONAL PARK (Magellanic Woodpecker)
Season: October to April
Program: Full day tour.
Highlights: Magellanic Woodpecker.
Birding tour to the Tierra del Fuego National Park where Magellanic Woodpeckers, Black-faced Ibis and other birds can be seen in the Southern Beech Forests. Seabirds such as Kelp Geese and Steamer Ducks can be observed in the coastal areas. Duration: 8 hours. Total number of kilometers: 50.
Birds: Great Grebe, White-tufted Grebe, Blackbrowed 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, Southern Wigeon, Yellow-billed Teal, 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, Ringed Kingfisher, Magellanic Woodpecker, Dark-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)
-Snack and Lunch Box
-National Park entrance fee.