The demonstration was all in Spanish so difficult to understand factural information about the birds.
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This was a real surprise for me. Best bird show i've ever seen, with magnificent views of the Andes as owls, hawks and eagles fly out in the distance.
This is a bit of a hidden surprise as it is a bird of pray sanctuary overlooking the lake San Pedro and the volcano. They have a large amount of rare birds of pray mainly from the South American continent in good condition. They try...More
The diversity of birds is amazing. They only have animals they've rescued from different reasons. It's just a great adventure to go with friends or family there is even a show using trained bird and you can hold them with gloves they lend you.
The ride up to this preserve is absolutely breath-taking. Upon entrance, we were greeted and guided to the area where the educational program would begin in a few minutes. The setting for this is an open-air ampitheater on the side of the mountain, overlooking an...More
Take a Taxi over a bumpy road into the mountains outside Otavalo for a visit to this interesting Park. Admire the birds an be on time for the two highlights of the day (one in the morning and one in the afternoon, google for the...More
I chose to visit this place because I've been told that it is a rehabilitation center for injured prey birds (and some owls). I have to mention that I do not enjoy visiting zoos or any other places where wild animals are held in captivity...More
When you are dutch, like us, a seagull is about the biggest bird you will see, travelling your own country. To watch the majestic Condors, high in the air and in de Condor Station on the ground is impressive and overwhelming. And most interesting, not...More
Kids loved this place, friendly staff and it was nice to learn about different types of birds from the Andes and the American continent in general
We were amazed at the number of bird species we saw, including two Andean Condors (They are huge!) as well as hawks, owls, and eagles. We could get much closer to them than we would be able to in the US.