Pacific Coast & La Campana Natl. Park

Birds of Central Chile

La Campana Natl. Park is strategically located in the Coastal Mountain range of Central Chile. The very diverse gradient of flora gives us the perfect conditions to spend a day looking for some of the Chilean endemics as the Moustached Turca, Chilean Tinamou, the White-throated Tapaculo and the Dusky-tailed Canastero among a great array of passerines.

La Campana Natl. Park is also the home of the last patch of Jubaea chilensis, the southernmost palm tree in the world that is close to extinction. This spectacular landscape plus the presence of the Sclreophyllous forest will also give us the chance to spot some other species more associated to dense forests as the Striped Woodpecker and the Chilean Pigeon among others.

Destination: Coastal wetlands and Ntl. Park La Campana
Duration: 1 day
Level of Difficulty: Low
Guide: Bilingual Naturalist guide expert in birdlife with International Wilderness First Responder Certification
Activities:
– Birding
– Photo Opportunity
Variable Hawk, Chimango Caracara,Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle, Chilean Flicker, Striped Woodpecker, Patagonian Sierra Finch, Grassland Yellow Finch, Rufous-tailed Plantcutter, Thorn-tailed Rayadito, Tufted-tit Tyrant, among others