Bird-Watching Enthusiast? Check Out Bogotá's Birding Guide👇

Bird-Watching Enthusiast? Check Out Bogotá's Birding Guide👇Alcaldía Mayor de Bogotá
Check out the Bogotá Birding Guide, it's free.
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Translated by Andrés Martínez

This online guide offers detailed information and images of key migratory bird species that flock to Bogotá from around the globe seeking refuge, as well as those native to the city. It features descriptions of 176 bird species, including the Purple Gallinule, Andean Teal, and Great Crested Flycatcher, among others. These species can be spotted in Bogotá's major ecosystems, making the city a birdwatching hotspot.

👉 Read and access the Bogotá Birding Guide here

The guide provides tips on the best spots in Bogotá for birdwatching, such as wetlands, urban parks, Eastern Hills, moorlands, and other ecosystems. It also includes a list of ecosystems where these birds can be seen, including Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park, Quebrada la Vieja trail, Sumapaz moorland, along with suggestions and recommendations for your visit.

In addition to its bird diversity, Bogotá offers a rich cultural, hotel, and culinary scene. This combination earned it the sixth spot in the Travelers' Choice Awards Best of the Best 2024, recognizing it as an attractive destination based on reviews and opinions on TripAdvisor.

Follow this post from the IDT for an invitation to discover the wonders of bird-watching in Bogotá:

The city's wildlife and natural beauty are gaining prominence, highlighting the importance of getting to know Bogotá's birds and helping to preserve them in their natural habitats as part of our biodiversity and tourism potential.