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What to Bring:
Walking Shoes

Sunscreen
Hat, Insect Repellent
Light Raincoat
Binoculars, Camera



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Includes:
Bilingual Birding Expert
Transportation
National Park Entrance Fees
Water

Snacks
Duration: 8, 10, & 12 Hours
Pick up at Hotel: 6:00am (depending on sunrise)
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Pipeline Road located in Soberania National Park, with access to both forest and wetland birds, is considered by many to be one of the best birding locations in all of the tropics. In a single day it is possible to see up to 300 species. Due to the nature of the inhabitants of the forest it is not uncommon to encounter army ant swarms attended by antbirds.  Mixed flocks are frequent flyers. 

The many birds found within the park on Pipeline road include: trogons, wrens, puffbirds, hummingbirds, hermits, and motmots. Forest-falcons are commonly heard and often seen. Exploring the nearby wetlands one can often find Rufescent Tiger-herons, White-throated Crakes, Wattled Jacanas, Purple Gallinules, and many other aquatic species. But birds are not the only animals one encounters when exploring this area of Panama. Many other abound, including the monkeys, sloths, iguanas, frogs, toads, and rodents such as the agouti, paca, and capybara.

Accompanied by one of our certified interpretive guides, a day of birding on the Pipeline Road is so much more than just looking for and identifying birds.   

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