2021 Prices are an estimate, dates are not confirmed and may change.
Our Cordoba Endemics Extension targets some of the least-known birds and least-visited areas of Argentina. The geographically isolated Cordoba Hills are a haven of endemicity where we can expect to find the endemic Olrog’s and Cordoba Cinclodes. The nearby salt pans and lakes of Salinas Grande and Mar Chiquita offer up numerous flamingos and the highly localised Salinas Monjita. Visiting some highly accessible and largely unspoilt habitats, this short tour provides the perfect opportunity to clear up the region’s endemics and enjoy excellent sightings of otherwise difficult species.
Olrog’s & Cordoba Cinclodes, Salinas Monjita, Puna Canastero, Tataupa & Brushland Tinamous, Black-bodied Woodpecker, Scimitar-billed Woodcreeper, Spot-winged Falconet, Olive-crowned Crescentchest, Crested Hornero, Straneck’s Tyrannulet, White-banded Mockingbird, Rufous-banded Miner, Subtropical Doradito, Rufous-naped Ground Tyrant, Red-tailed Comet, Blue-tufted Starthroat, Andean Swift, Suiriri Flycatcher, Hellmayr’s Pipit, Band-tailed Sierra Finch, Black-crested Finch, Many-colored Chaco Finch
woodland, scrub, chaco, mountains, salt pans
moderate to cool, can be very hot during the day