Birding Tour Philippines: Spectacular Endemics and More 2019

Duration: 21 days

Join our Birding Tour Philippines adventure now! From a birding point of view, the Philippines uniquely combine influences from tropical Southeast Asia and the more temperate parts of the continent (Japan, China, and Korea). About a third of the country’s birds are endemic, including some of the most spectacular species on the planet. Philippine Eagle is the largest eagle on earth and is reason enough for most wildlife enthusiasts to visit this island nation. This is, quite simply, one of the “must-visit immediately” countries of the world, since the birds are quite literally going extinct due to massive-scale deforestation. Palawan Peacock-Pheasant, Luzon Bleeding-heart, 17 endemic owl species, six kingfishers, 10 hornbills, 11 parrots, two broadbills, two pittas, Celestial Monarch (which truly does look celestial), and Sulphur-billed Nuthatch are just a few of the 222 endemic birds that are becoming increasingly out of reach to the birder as each year goes by.

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