Mexico: Oaxaca Birding Trip
with Doug Hitchcox
Escape Maine’s winter doldrums on a week-long tour with Field Guides Inc and Maine Audubon to Oaxaca, Mexico. This tour offers excellent birding in an area of Mexico with a high concentration of endemic species around a city with a rich archaeological and cultural heritage. The city is located at the crossroads of several major biogeographic regions of Mexico, and its bird life is influenced by all of these. Among the resultant mixture are two dozen species endemic to Mexico, including West Mexican Chachalaca, Boucard's and Gray-barred wrens, Dusky and Beautiful hummingbirds, Bridled and Oaxaca sparrows, Gray-breasted Woodpecker, Russet Nightingale-Thrush, Red Warbler, and Slaty and Dwarf vireos. We'll look to see them against Oaxaca's rich backdrop of culture and ruins.
A full trip itinerary is available here: Maine Audubon Oaxaca Tour Itinerary
More information including past trip lists and registration info is available here: MEXICO: OAXACA IN 2019 with MAINE AUDUBON
Session 1: Mar 16 - 23rd, 2019
For directions, call us at 207.781.2330