Republic of Chile

White-throated Treerunner Pygarrhichas albogularis ©Glenn Bartley Website
Birding Chile

From the arid deserts in the north, to the glacial waters of the south via its’ cosmopolitan capital, pacific islands and beautiful landscape, birding in Chile can be breath-taking. (Its geography, size & shape does mean however, you are going to have to work to get those ticks!). Sources vary greatly but there are generally accepted to be 530 bird species of which 15 are endemic with another two that are ‘breeding endemics’.

Using Santiago as a base, several quality, yet varying, sites are twitchable in a day. Over on the coast try the Rio Aconcagua estuary at Con-Con for excellent close up views of the beautiful Many-Coloured Rush Tyrant. In surrounding areas venture up to the Penguin Rock at Cachagua as it also holds good spots as does the Laguna Peral site which is south of Valparaiso and is famed for its Black-Necked Swans.

Travelling in the other direction head on up into the Andes and to El Yeso reservoir to get amongst other great birds, in particular the endemic Crag Chilia, the must-see Diademed Sandpiper Plover and, of course, the magnificent Andean Condor.

To the north is La Campana National Park and Estero Lampa, and to the south lies Rio Clarillo National Park.

Away from the capital you have the high altitude options around Putre and Lauca National Park with its three types of flamingos and the scenic wonder of snow-capped volcanoes. There are various good sites around Concepcion including the massive estuary of the Bio-Bio River. Laguna Torca National Park, Lago Budi and Temuco’s city park all top quality sites. The extreme south of the Country is also good, you will not be disappointed especially if you can get on a pelagic trip.

There isn’t an abundance of birding data available on Chile, which on one hand is a shame, but on the other hand gives you the feeling of being a pioneer in the field of birding.

During your birding here, unless you are in a group, your chances of meeting any other birders is zero, but Chile is a very safe place to go birding and well worth a visit.

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Contributors
  • John Robinson

    | jhrobinson@terra.cl

Number of Species
  • Number of bird species: 542

    (As at November 2018)

    National Bird - Andean Condor Vultur gryphus

Endemics
  • Number of endemics: 14 [4 Non-passerines; 10 Passerines + 2 'Breeding Endemics']

    Non-passerines: Chilean Tinamou Nothoprocta perdicaria Slender-billed Parakeet Enicognathus leptorhynchus Juan Fernandez Firecrown Sephanoides fernandensis (Critically Endangered) Chilean Woodstar Eulidia yarrellii

    Passerines: Crag Chilia Chilia melanura Seaside Cinclodes Cinclodes nigrofumosus Masafuera Rayadito Aphrastura masafuerae Dusky-tailed Canastero Asthenes humicola Chesnut-throated Huet-huet Pteroptochos castaneus Moustached Turca Pteroptochos megapodius White-throated Tapaculo Scelorchilus albicollis Dusky Tapaculo Scytalopus fuscus Juan Fernandez Tit-Tyrant Anairetes fernandezianus Chilean Mockingbird Mimus thenca

    Breeding Endemics: Juan Fernandez Petrel Pterodroma externa Stejneger's Petrel Pterodroma longirostris

Checklist

Useful Reading

  • A Birders Checklist of the Birds of Chile

    By Dave Sargeant | Dave Sargeant | 1995 | Spiralbound | 4 pages, tabs | ISBN: #82594 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Chile

    (Lista Comentada de las Aves de Chile) | by Manuel Marín | Lynx Edicions | 2004 | 141 pages, Tabs | ISBN: 9788487334597 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Birds of Chile

    (Including the Antarctic Peninsula, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia) | by Alvaro Jaramillo Illustrated by Peter Burke & David Beadle | Christopher Helm | 2003 | Paperback | 240 pages, 98 colour plates, colour distribution maps | ISBN: 9780713646887 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • Birds of Chile - A Photo Guide

    By Steve NG Howell & Fabrice Schmitt | Princeton University Press | 2018 | Paperback | 240 pages, colour photos, 3 colour maps | ISBN: 9780691167398 Buy this book from NHBS.com
  • The Essential Guide to Birding in Chile

    By Mark Pearman | Worldwide Publishing | 1995 | Paperback | 96 pages, b/w illustrations, b/w maps | ISBN: 9780952441113 Buy this book from NHBS.com
Organisations
  • Comité Nacional Pro Defensa de la Flora y Fauna (CODEFF)

    Website
    The BirdLife partner for Chile. The mission of the organisation is to be a non-government, national and community driven organisation that conserves the environment and promotes sustainable development. Ernesto Reyes 035, Providencia Santiago, CLadministra@codeff.cl
Reserves

Abbreviations Key

  • Chile's IBAs

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    177 IBAs with 109 globally threatened species...
  • IBA Bahía Lomas

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    The wetlands of the bay are important sites for the red knot, the Hudsonian godwit and other shorebirds. The wetlands are a Ramsar site of international importance and an Important Bird Area.
  • NNR Los Flamencos

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    The southern viscacha, vicuña and Darwin's rhea, are classified as endangered species. Others, such as Andean goose, horned coot, Andean gull, puna tinamou and the three flamingo species inhabiting in Chile (Andean flamingo, Chilean flamingo, and James's flamingo) are considered vulnerable.
  • NNR Reserva Nacional Laguna Torca

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    The Reserve is divided into three very differemt areas. The first area is the main Lagoon area, where 120 species of birds, have been spotted,according to Head Ranger Don Luis…
  • NNR Reserva Nacional Magallanes

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    Reserva Nacional Magallanes is a national reserve of southern Chile's Magallanes and Antártica Chilena Region.
  • NP Lauca

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    There are over 140 bird species, making it one of the best national parks for birding in Chile. Those include puna ibis, Andean goose, giant coot, puna tinamou, silvery grebe, crested duck, puna teal, Andean condor and Chilean flamingo.
  • NP Parque Nacional Puyehue

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    The spectacular Puyehue National Park is dominated by the maximum diversity of Nothofagus species, under which a dense undergrowth of Chusquea bamboo conceals a multitude of exciting but secretive tapaculos. One of the most spectacular is the huge Black-throated Huet-huet, 26 centimeters of black and chestnut plumes, which has a scolding, onomatopoeic call and a bird which positively vibrates as it broadcasts its deeply resonant song. In the Park you can see the Ochre-flanked Tapaculo, which is another monotypic genus and endemic to the Nothofagus forest. You can find some outstanding species including a number of specialty such as Bicoloured Hawk, Chilean Pigeon, Austral Pygmy-Owl, Green-backed Firecrown, the much sought-after Magellanic Woodpecker (South America's largest woodpecker), the tiny restless Des Murs's Wiretail and the poorly-known Patagonian Tyrant. Higher up, at the crater of the Volcan Raihuen, you can search for Dark-faced Ground-Tyrant and the striking Yellow-bridled Finch.
  • NP Torres del Paine

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    The park contains breeding populations of 15 bird of prey species and two others are likely reproducing here. Among them are Andean condor, black-chested buzzard-eagle, rufous-tailed hawk, cinereous harrier, chimango caracara, magellanic horned owl, austral pygmy-owl, to name but a few. Other birds occurring in the park include the Chilean flamingo, Darwin's rhea, coscoroba swan, black-necked swan, Magellanic woodpecker, Magellan goose, and black-faced ibis.
  • NR Reserva Natural Urbana Humedal Tres Puentes

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    El Humedal Tres Puentes es una pequeña superficie de 50 hectareas que concentra una gran variedad de especies características de la región de Magallanes, especies como el canquen colorado han hecho de su superficie un lugar predilecto año tras año…
  • NR Reserva Rio Clarillo

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    Rio Clarillo reserve is near Pirque, south of the main part of Santiago… …you can see several Chilean endemics including the Dusky Tapaculo and White-throated Tapaculo as well as Chilean Tinamou and the common Chilean Mockingbird. The site to look for the two tapaculos is the trail that loops around the back of the park office, you may be able to find the local naturalist Carlos Sarmiento Sequel who may give you hand with locating birds…
  • NS Carlos Anwandter Nature Sanctuary (Rio Cruces)

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    This sanctuary is an aquatic reserve with approximately 4.877 hectares at the end of the 'Rio Cruces' (Crosses River), in the province of Valdivia….
Forums & Mailing Lists
  • ObsChile

    News, views and sightings
    Welcome to ObsChile, the forum sponsored by the ROC (Bird and Wildlife Observer Network of Chile), which aims to disseminate and exchange information about records and sightings of birds and other fauna groups present in Chile.
Guides & Tour Operators


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  • Albatross Birding & Nature Tours

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    People ask us why they should choose Chile for their next birds and nature experience...We say because it´s very beautiful, has great birds and is safe and easy to travel in. Chile is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a physical geography that is surprisingly difficult to describe. A blend of New Zealand´s south Island, California and the world´s driest desert. Some 6,500 kilometers of coastline but never be more than 200 kilometres wide! As for the birds then get ready to find the penguins, albatrosses, pelicans, firecrowns, rayaditos, huet-huets, tapaculos, wiretails, earthcreepers, miners, shrike-tyrants and other unusual sounding species.
  • Birds Chile

    Tour Operator
    Our mission is to contribute to the regeneration of natural heritage and to the preservation of cultural identity through Sustainable Tourism Experiences.
  • Kolibri Expeditions

    Tour Operator
    Kolibri Expeditions offer a variety of programs in the Neotropics, but we usually do not have fixed departures. The trips below will be organised on request. The itineraries must therefore be seen as a draft before individual considerations. Whenever there is a trip scheduled this will show on this page. Come back to it and check once in a while for changes.
  • Manu Expeditions

    Tour Operator
    Manu Expeditions is a professional company based in Peru with 25 years experience, offering bespoke birding trips to Chile, specialing in catering for serious bird watchers and photographers…
  • Patagonia WildWatching

    Tour Operator
    My name is Cristofer De la Rivera, I’m Chilean and I live with my wife and our two children in Punta Arenas, Chile; the capital of Chilean Patagonia situated on the shore of the Strait of Magellan. I’m a Veterinarian by education and have worked as a Professional Guide and Tour Leader for over 7 years in Patagonia and Chile, running trips focused on Nature, Birdwatching, Kayak and Whalewatching in the Strait of Magellan and Puma sighting in Torres del Paine.
  • Pucón Birding

    Tour Operator
    PuconBirding is a birdwatching and photography business since 2006. We custom design an experience for travelers in discovering the entry to Patagonia and the Andes mountains, with its lakes, rivers and volcanoes in Pucón-Chile.
  • Rockjumper Birding Tours

    Tour Operator
    Our comprehensive tour of this fantastic and scenically stunning country takes us from the Humboldt Current along the rocky coastline right up to the high Paramo of the Andes. Birding targets include the striking Diademed Sandpiper-plover, Chilean Tinamou, Chestnut-throated and Black-throated Huet-huets, Chilean Woodstar and Slender-billed Parakeet.
Trip Reports


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  • 2009 [01 January] - Mark Pearman

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    …Once again we managed to see all of the Chilean endemics, all eight amazing Chilean tapaculos and such highly sought-after species as Diademed Sandpiper-Plover, Magellanic Plover, Austral Rail, Chilean Woodstar, White-bridled Finch and our first Black Rails….
  • 2009 [02 February] - Mark Finn

    Report
    …On the plus side tapaculos showed well with excellent views of Chacao Tapaculo and Black-throated Huet-Huets in the Chilean lake district. The same area also produced several sightings of the relatively little-known Rufous-tailed Hawk and the range-restricted Kelp Goose. The far south was a great experience with flocks of Tawny-throated Dotterels, Upland Geese and Magallenic Plover the latter again being rather scarce in its usual haunts…
  • 2012 [02 February] - Fabrice Schmitt

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    …We journeyed higher into the Andes than any of us had ever been when we got to the Bolivian border at over 15,000 feet elevation. We journeyed out into the cold Humboldt Current. We drove to within a couple of kilometers of the absolute end of the road in the Americas, going as far south as it was possible to drive without going on an island…
  • 2012 [02 February] - Fabrice Schmitt

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    …We first visited the Maipo estuary where we spent most of the morning. On the way to Valparaiso, we stopped to a few more places, including El Peral Lake, San Sebastian estuary and Algarrobo. A good introduction to Chilean birding with lot’s of waterfowl and coastal species, including the endemic Seaside Cinclodes…
  • 2013 [01 January] - Dave Langlois

    Report
    …We lucked into a good hotel in Porvenir, the Hosteria Yendegaia, where one of the area’s best ornithologists, Enrique Couve, offered to guide us to the much coveted Magellanic Plover on the nearby Laguna de los Cisnes. Just as well. The lake is vast and we’d never have found the bird unaided. Basically, drive out of Porvenir towards the aerodrome on an asphalted road…
  • 2013 [01 January] - Michael Tanis - Argentina, Falkland Islands, and Chile

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    …ltimately I decided to hire a guide for one day outside Buenos Aires, and two days in central Chile after disembarkation at Valparaiso. In addition, we hired a birding guide for Puerto Madryn, but it was a compromise of competing goals: we would make our destination the extensive Magellanic Penguin colony at Punta Tombo with some birding stops along the way…
  • 2013 [04 April] - Marcelo Padua & Rodrigo Tapia - Chile & Argentina

    Report
    …On arrival we headed to the mouth of the Maipo River. There it was sensory overload with the sheer numbers of individual birds after several days in dry habitats on the Argentine side. Hundreds of Franklin's Gulls with their rosy plumage and the complex palette of Many-colored Rush-Tyrants were in strong contrast to the brown tones of desert birds. And the coast treated us to excellent looks at Humboldt Penguins and Inca Terns, while some time inland produced White-throated and Dusky tapaculos as well as great looks at Rufous-tailed Plantcutter…
  • 2013 [04 April] - Stephen Blaber

    Report
    …The dreadful drive along the lake had been worth it! After some time watching these birds we returned to the vehicle and searched the rocky slopes for Scale-throated Earthcreeper. After a short time, one responded to the tape and our fourth target species was recorded. No other species of interest were noted, and it only remained for us to negotiate our way along the road above the dam and head back down the main dirt road to the Valle de Maipo and then Santiago…
  • 2013 [11 November] - Henry D. Detwiler

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    …Suzanne spotted a group of geese feeding on a grassy plain in the distance, and looks with the scope revealed a dozen UPLAND GEESE and 8 CRESTED DUCKS. As we walked the edge of the bluff we flushed a GREY-BREASTED SEEDSNIPE sitting on 4 black-spotted eggs. Down on the river, an out-of-place SPECKLED TEAL flew in…
  • 2013 [11 November] - Peter Burke & Ricardo Matus

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    …what a thrilling sighting! Of course we can't forget the moment that Celestyn found his own Magellanic Woodpecker at Termas de Chillan and the following half hour we all enjoyed of simply observing that wonderful male working away on a Nothofagus beech in plain view….
  • 2014 [11 November] - Peter Burke & Ricardo Matus

    Report
    ...Wether it was Ochre-flanked Tapaculo playing hide-and-seek in the bamboo, Many-colored Rush-Tyrant flitting in the reeds almost at our feet, a Northern Royal Albatross climbing high into the air during our pelagic off Valparaiso, Giant Hummingbird hovering motionless below eye level in the Andean scrub, or Gray-hooded Sierra-Finches hopping around us looking for crumbs in the Yeso Valley, the birds were varied and beautiful throughout the country....
  • 2015 [02 February] - Marcelo Padua & John Coons - Chile & Argentina

    Report
    we had a picnic lunch watching Chilean Flamingos, Coscoroba Swans, Andean Gulls and many others. Then there was the lunch we had at my friends' house, where we enjoyed the wonderful Chilean hospitality and some of the best backyard birding one could hope for, with great looks at Spot-flanked Gallinule and Black-headed Ducks while sipping Pisco Sours; or the explosion of life when reached Viña Del Mar, where the abundance of birds with thousands of Franklin's Gulls, Inca Terns, Peruvian Pelicans, and several other species was a refreshing treat after several days of birding in the Argentine desert.
  • 2015 [02 February] - Mark Pearman

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    ...Other highlights from north to south included Chilean Woodstar, Conebill, Ticking Doradito, [Chilean] Black Rail, Magellanic Woodpecker, Burrowing Parrot, Spectacled Duck (numerous on this tour), Rufous-legged Owl, Des Murs’ Wiretail, perched Chilean Hawks, Ruddyheaded Goose, Austral Rail, White-bridled Finch and Band-tailed Earthcreeper. Not least will we forget Chile’s tapaculos (how could we?), from the huge huet-huets, with a Black-throated unusually leaf-scraping in the open in full daylight, and nicely performing Chestnut-throated, to the colourful Chucao, the bold Moustached Turca and protracted views of a perched White-throated Tapaculo in a tree! Added to this, thevery comfortable accommodations and some interesting tasty local cooking and fine wines, coupled with agreat bonding group of participants, lead to a hugely successful tour.
  • 2015 [02 February] - Stephen Blaber - Southern Chile

    Report
    ...Eventually discovered a ‘path’ going into old growth forest and the tape again came up trumps giving us short views of another target – Black-throated Huet-Huet. The call of this species also attracted Chucao Tapaculo, which we had seen further north on a previous trip at Altos de Lircay. These birds were so attracted by the Huet-Huet call that they were virtually crawling and jumping over our feet. Magellanic Tapaculos also joined in.
  • 2015 [12 December] - Adam Walleyn

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    ...The tour began with the pre-trip extension to thefar north of the country. The group convened atthe Santiago airport and embarked on the lengthyflight north to Arica, just south of the Peruvianborder. We headed straight to the coast andwere soon admiring such typical HumboldtCurrent species as Peruvian Pelican, PeruvianBooby, Red-legged and Guanay Cormorant,Gray and Belcher’s Gull and the incredible IncaTern....
  • 2015 [12 December] - Ian Reid - Santiago

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    One bird stood out and was my key target: Diademed Sandpiper-plover is gorgeous looking, near-threatened and restricted to bogs and steppes of the high Andes, so birds do not come much more desirable than this. With breeding sites within a couple of hours of Santiago I was hopeful of adding to my growing and impressive list of rare waders from conference trips that included Mountain Plover, Ibisbill, Crab Plover, Nordmann’s Greenshank, Spoon-billed Sandpiper, Wrybill and Black Stilt...
  • 2016 [05 May] - Alek Terauds

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    Keith and Alek attended a meeting in Santiago and after this had finished rewarded themselves with a day of good birding with Albatross birding and Nature Tours.
  • 2016 [07 July] - Eduardo Navarro - Valparaíso Pelagic

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    ...As the light strengthened , we found the first Peruvian Diving Petrel-(Pelecanoides garnoti), Sooty Shearwaters (Ardenna grisea), Black-browed Albatross (Thalassarche melanophris) and a pair of Southern Giant Petrels (Macronectes giganteus)...
  • 2016 [08 August] - Fernando Díaz - La Campana National Park

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    ...Our main goal was the elusive White-throated Tapaculo. We heard several of them but none were cooperative enough to allow us to see them. We walked for another few hundred meters and there on a slope we could see one of them running down the cleared areas and into the bushes. We then saw and heard this restless bird several times more. Also in the area was another endemic the, Dusky-tailed Canastero...
  • 2016 [09 September] - Rodrigo Silva - Santiago: Mountains & Coast

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    ...we found one of the targets of the day, the Andean Condor, and some other good birds; Plumbeous Sierra-Finch, Darkfaced Ground-Tyrant, Gray-flanked Cinclodes and Black-billed Shrike-Tyrant...
  • 2016 [12 December] - Eduardo Navarro - Central Chile

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    ...We had a good collection of high elevation birds that included: Rufous-banded miner, Scaly-throated Earthcreeper, White-browed and Ochre-naped Ground-tyrant....
  • 2016 [12 December] - John van der Woude - Central-south Chile

    Report
    ...In the overwhelming forest of El Pionero trail above Aguas Calientes in Puyehue national park, the park along the road from Osorno to Argentina. Black-throated Huet-huet, Magellanic and Chucao Tapaculo all seen along thi trail just above and below -40.73820, -72.311693. On our trip, we heard the loud chucao call in many places but the bird is very shy....
  • 2017 [01 January] - Geoff Upton - Chile, Easter Island & Argentina

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    ...new species including rosy-billed pochards, silver, speckled and ringed teal, coscoroba swans, great and white-tufted grebes, whistling and white-necked herons, rufescent tiger-heron, white-winged and red-fronted coots and a southern screamer...
  • 2017 [02 February] - Fernando Medrano - Chile to Patagonia

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    We have seen 156 species, of which these are highlights: Stripe-backed Bittern, Diameded Sandpiper Plover, Chestnut-throated Huet-huet, Chucao tapaculo, Whitethroated tapaculo, Magellanic Plover, Ruddy-headed Goose, Dolphin Gull, Aplomado Falcon, Lesser Rhea and Hooded Grebe.
  • 2017 [02 February] - Marcelo Padua & John Coons - Chile & Argentina

    Report
    Our tour produced some great avian treats, such as Scimitar-billed Woodcreeper, Many-colored Chaco-Finch, White-fronted Woodpecker, and some nice Argentine endemics such as Sandy Gallito, Band-tailed Earthcreeper, and Steinbach’s Canastero.
  • 2017 [09 September] - Paola Soublette

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    There are 829 species of terrestrial vertebrates in Chile. Despite high diversity ofecosystems, richness of bird species is low compared to other countries of South America.There are 480 described species of birds, 11 of them are endemic (2,3 %). The number ofnative mammal species is 160 of which 13 are endemic (8%). Among reptiles the rate ofendemism is high, 50% of the 126 native species are endemic. Finally the group with thehighest rate of endemism is the amphibians with 63 described native species, 72% ofwhich are endemic.
  • 2017 [10 October] - Paola Soublette

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    This report summarizesJennifer Kotler’s and Daniel Light’s birding trip in Chile. Theycame to Santiago for work. After learning they would have a free day, they decidedto book an excursion to observe and photograph many species of native birds. Maintarget species was the beautiful Tufted-tit Tyrant, therefore, we designed a privatetrip for them where it was very likely to spot it.
  • 2017 [11 November] - Eduardo Navarro

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    This trip report covers 5 days in the north of Chile. From the calm waters to the Ocean Pacific,through the fertile valleys to the high Andean plateau with high volcanoes and lagoons full ofcoots and flamingos.
  • 2017 [11 November] - Mark Pearman

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    Once again, Ultimate Chile produced all of the mainland Chilean endemics, all eight tapaculos, some thesize of a puffin, and an astonishing wader spectacle of 33 species, including Diademed Sandpiper-Plover,Magellanic Plover, Peruvian Thick-knee, Tawny-throated and Rufous-chested Dotterels, Rufous-belliedSeedsnipe and Puna Snipe. Our two main pelagics, and various ferry crossings, delivered 17 species oftubenose with highlights of Northern Royal Albatross, Buller's Albatross, Markham’s Storm Petrel and some140 Pincoya Storm Petrels, not to mention six Sei Whales right beside our boat.
  • 2017 [11 November] - Willy Perez & Megan Edwards Crewe

    Report
    What adventures we had in Chile! From the barren starkness of Isla Grande in the south to the vast, silent stretches of the Atacama desert in the north, from spectacular peaks of Torres del Paine to the leafy Nothofagus forests of south-central Chile, from the rich, cold waters of the Humboldt current off Valparaiso to the high, stony Yeso valley and the bofedales and saline lakes of Lauca, we travelled the length and breadth of the country -- venturing to within a handful of kilometers of Argentina, Bolivia and Peru -- in search of its special birds. We had exceptionally fine weather throughout, with little wind and only a single night of rain (long after we were asleep); even our partially cloudy days were few and far between.
  • 2017 [12 December] - Henk Hendriks

    PDF Report
    During this trip we covered the whole country from the far north to the far south in pursuit of all possible endemics, near-endemics and specialities of this country.
  • 2018 [08 August] - Eduardo Navarro

    PDF Report
    This report covers two day trips in the Central area of Chile. A coastal day looking for a good collection of ducks and sea birds and a second day observing endemic species I a more dramatic landscape.
Places to Stay


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  • Hacienda Laguna Torca

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    There are two comfy Lodges available, Cascada and Laguna. Both very different from the norm…
  • Hotel Arrebol Patagonia

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  • Hotel José Nogueira

    Accommodation
    At the end of the American continent, in the southern part of legendary Patagonia and across Tierra del Fuego, on the shores of the Strait of Magellan, lies the most important and the first city in Patagonia: Punta Arenas, Chile. Right in the middle of downtown is located one of the oldest buildings of the entire Patagonia, the centenary old mansion formerly owned by Don José Nogueira and Doña Sara Braun, two characters who wrote the history of Patagonia…
Other Links
  • Aves de Chile

    Website
    The purpose of the website is to show visitors the diversity and characteristics of the birdlife that is possible to find in the country.
  • Conserva:CL

    Website
    Site created in 2006 to promote the conservation of the fauna of Chile
  • Flora & Fauna: Chile's Wildlife Guide

    Webpage
    Wildlife observation consists on observing the natural flora and fauna of an area with recreational, educational or research aims. In Chile, it is a very common and highly valued activity, given its biodiversity.…
Blogs
  • Antonio Maureira - Aves de Concepcion Chile

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    Last updated May 2016
  • Francisco Zenteno - Aves que Viven en Chile

    BLOG
    This blog is only intended to provide a small grain of sand for those who one day, even without knowing why, stopped for a moment, paused and perceived that they traveled accompanied by endless melodies and forms full of life, and They were interested in knowing and discovering the Birds that Live in Chile.
  • Heraldo Norambuena - Fotografia de Avifauna

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    Last updated 2010 - I am a student of Biology in Natural Resources Management, from the Catholic University of Temuco. In 2007 I began to observe and photograph birds in the Araucanía, and in 2008 I began to study the assemblages of diurnal and nocturnal raptors of the natural monument Cerro Ñielol, a fragment of temperate forest in southern Chile.
  • Jose Luis Navarro - Aves de Santiago del Estero

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    Birds of Santiago, Argentina
  • Roberto Cañete - Aves de la Araucania

    BLOG
    Roberto Cañete gives a cordial welcome to all who visit this blog, which aims to deliver a small sample of birdlife in the region of La Araucanía, from Nahuelbuta to Mehuín.
Photographers & Artists
  • Photographer - Manuel Jara - Fotografía de fauna chilena

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    Manuel Jara - Soy estudiante de Biología en Gestión de Recursos Naturales, me gusta el estudio de la fauna en general, en especial de los reptiles. Te invito a conocer mi blog…

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