|PUERTO RICAN AVIFAUNA
|Rails, Coots, Gallinules
|"As the path of the birds in the air or of fishes in the water is invisible, even so is the path of the possessors of wisdom."
|PRIVATE ISLANDWIDE BIRDING TRIPS SINCE 1992
|3695 11 junio 3810 28 junio 3853 19 julio
3928 17agosto 4021 18sep 4274 4dic
4359 2ene 4449 18ene 4706 17mar
4776 2abr 4807 10abr 4907 8may
4925 15may 4956 21may 5014 3jun 5022 15jun
5061 5083 24jun 5195 23jul
|Maps or GPS devices are not
allowed during our birding trips.
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BIRDING PUERTO RICO and/or its contributing photographers.
Photos should not be reproduced or exploited in any way
without written permission from BIRDING PUERTO RICO.
Updated July 25, 2012.
|1992 - 2012 Copyrights, BIRDING PUERTO RICO.
|This picture of the
was taken at El Yunque
National Forest and it
could be probably the first
picture of this bird taken
in Puerto Rico.
|Rare migrant in the Eastern: Upland
Sandpiper during September 18, 2011
|Rare migrant in Puerto Rico: Baltimore
Oriole, we are lucky to see it almost
every year in the Eastern Region
(January - February).
|Limpkin - For safety measures, we are
not going to share the location were
we saw the bird until further studies
of the area will conclude.