Observacion de aves en Durango
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DURANGO

In Durango you can observe around 438 species of birds, 39 of them are endemic, and the most outstanding is the Pinta Jay.

Some of the species that you can find in Durango are: the Long-eared Quetzal, the Military Macaw, the Speckled Jay, the Mountain Sparrow, the Aztec Blackbird, the Mountain Parrot, the Golden Eagle, the Spotted Owl, the Red-headed Piranga, the Warbler red and the blue Mulatto.

The Sierra Huichol is home to different types of birds, which can be observed throughout the day.

Among the best places for birding are: the banks of the Santiago River, El Tecuán National Park and the Sahuatoba Park.

The Peña del Águila Dam is the habitat of hundreds of migratory birds.

The Santiaguillo Lagoon is a reserve for migratory birds, so if you visit it in the winter months, you will be able to see quite a spectacle because it is one of the favorite places for migratory birds that fly from Canada and the United States.

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