Brazilian Birds

Brazil is one of the most bird diverse countries in the world. Encompassing 1871 species of which 172 species are globally threatened (following the HBW Alive checklist); Brazil houses approximately 18% of the world’s avifauna. With 264 exclusive bird species, it is the country with the highest endemic count in the Neotropics. Here is the “Bird Endemism Paradise”!

Throughout the country, from north to south, east to west, we explore the beauties of the Brazilian biomes such as Amazon, Pantanal, Cerrado, Caatinga, Atlantic Forest and Pampa. Besides the astonishing landscapes, diverse culture and good food, we cross the country “watching” a show of colors, songs and behaviors of amazing Brazilian Birds such as Toucans, Macaws, Parakeets, Hummingbirds, Woodcreepers, Antbirds, Antwrens and many others.

Main families in numbers:

Families Number of species
Parrots 88
Hummingbirds 85
Woodcreepers 47
Typical Antbirds 180
Manakins 35
Cotingas 30
Tanagers 155

Come explore the incredible and enchanting landscapes of Brazil in search of colorful, endemic and rare species.

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