Observacion de aves en Tabasco
Observacion de aves en Tabasco

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Pantanos de Centla (Swamps)

At the confluence of the Usumacinta and Grijalva rivers, the delta that gives rise to the Pantanos de Centla is formed. This reserve covers 302,706 hectares, it is one of the largest wetland regions in the Americas.

Within the reserve you can observe 125 species of birds, among which are: patillo, viudita, parrot, vulture, pea, guaraguo, hawk and owl. In addition, there are some migratory species such as: herons, ibis, osprey, roseate spoonbill and several species of ducks.

You can also see endangered marine mammals such as manatees and otters, as well as crocodiles, jaguars and turtles.

La Laguna “El  Pajaral”

Both on the island and on several surrounding islets in the lagoon, you can discover sets of mangroves and other trees that serve as a home for local birds. It is located in Sánchez Magallanes on the Tabasco coastline.

Humedales Pomposú-Julivá (Wetlands)

In this area you can find aquatic birds such as: wild duck, heron, pelican and pijije.

Agua Selva

It is also a good option for birdies, there are trails through the jungle where you can find more than 100 bird species such as: pink-necked loggerhead, cutthroat loggerhead, black-headed hopper, Dominican bagger, common mouse, purse seiner dosiverde, semillerito collarejo and chirrio, negrillo, among others.

Bird Watching in Tabasco

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