Biridng the North Coast & wetlands

Birding the North Coast & wetlands.

Celestun is located at the fartest north west on the Yucatan peninsula and is the main door in and out for mygrtory birds, and holds a great abundance that overpasses the 370 bird species, the variety of wetlands and the coastal dune where we can find many of the 17 endemic species for the Yucatan such as. Yucatan Gnatcatcher, Yucatan Bobwhite, Yucatan Woodpecker, Yucatan wren, Yucatan Night jar, Mexican Sheartail, Black Catbird, and many especialties as Ruffous necked Woodrail, A.Pygmy kingfisher, Boat-billed heron, Mangrove Warbler, Mangrove vireo, Mangrove Cuckoo, Green Jay, Roseate Spoonbill, American Flamingo, Bare-throated Tiger Heron,  Hooded & Altamira orioles and many other birds.


Starting early in the morning before the down chorus, when birds begin to wake up and become active, to start foraging  along the scrub forest  of the coastal dune. Celestun is the last tip of the Yucatan and a great variety of birds have found their home, and many of them have evolved to become unique to this land.

This tour starts early morning and last for 3 hrs. includes Guide, binoculars, coffee and snack.



 Iportant information: Take along plenty of biodegradable insect repellent.

Suggested attire: Long pants and long-sleeved shirt, comfortable shoes (top siders, tennis shoes)

Special equipment: Binoculars

Itinerary: Depart from the Casa de los Flamencos Guest House by Van.

Price $ 50 usd per person, starting with 2 pax.

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