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All birding trips are weather
permissible. especially during the
Summer and Hurricane Season.
with a private Certified Interpretive Tour Guide
Due to the number of people visiting El Yunque National Forest during the Holy Week/Weekend (Wednesday through Sunday, including Good
Friday and Easter) and the
month of July (we have four holidays, July 4, July 17, July 25, and July 27), we DO NOT OFFER tours to El Yunque
other than the Night Hike and/or Taíno Ceremony.  Access to the Forest is limited and we cannot guarantee the quality on those days.
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100% of your price is spent
locally, not abroad
Updated August 13, 2012.
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During a half-day birding trip at El Yunque National
Forest,we will be looking for birds on the first forest
zone, while a full-day brings you close to four of the
zone systems of this beloved Forest.

There is no other place in Puerto Rico like El Yunque.  
In here you will find eleven bird endemic species, such

Lizard Cuckoo, Flycatcher, Tody, Woodpecker,
Tanager, Spindalis, Oriole, Emerald, Green Mango,
Screech Owl, and Bullfinch.  Rare endemics seen in
our previous birding trips are the Parrot, Vireo, Elfin
Woods Warbler, Adelaide´s Warbler, and
Yellow-shouldered Blackbird.  

Depending on the season, migratory species will be on
our way, along native and Antillean/Caribbean
Your host will be a Certified
Interpretive Tour Guide with
20 years of experience
leading islandwide birding
trips.  AdvenTours / Birding
Puerto Rico is a
fully-licensed company with
special permits to offer
birdwatching, hiking, biking,
and night hikes at El Yunque
National Forest.
Click on above link to redirect you to
our new birding site.