Observacion de Aves en Puebla
Observacion de Aves en Puebla

Diving in Cozumel

Northern Mexico

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Central Mexico

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Southern Mexico

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Diving in Cozumel

Surfing in Baja California

Kayak in Campeche

Northern Mexico

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Central Mexico

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Southern Mexico

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The state of Puebla has diverse ecosystems and a great biodiversity, 50% of the birds that inhabit Mexico are found in Puebla. In the state there are 607 species of birds, of which 51 are endemic.

CUETZALAN

The Sierra Norte region is an excellent option for bird lovers, due to its climate and ecosystem. Among the most common species are: parakeets, hawks, crows, and hummingbird.

PUEBLA

In "La Calera", very close to the city of Puebla, there is an oak forest, the habitat of 75 species of birds, 52 species are permanent residents, 20 migratory and three transitory. Among the most representative are: red-tailed hawks, doves, hummingbirds, herons, woodpeckers, kingfishers, brown-crowned motmots, Cooper's hawks and the plover. There are also 12 endemic species: the rufous cap warbler, the goldfinch bugler, the blue mulatto, the Balsas flycatcher and the Balsas rattle.

In La Malinche National Park you can observe a great diversity of birds, like: house sparrow, white-browed sparrow, blue-throated hummingbird, Dominican goldfinch, northern mockingbird, Mexican finch, pine goldfinch, earwig swallow, beak fat ocelot, mountain warbler and brown toqui.

Bird Watching in Puebla

3 MUST VISIT DESTINATIONS IN PUEBLA

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