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PERUDISE BIRDING FESTIVAL 2022

PERUDISE BIRDING FESTIVAL 2022

Perudise Birding Festival will be held from October 16 to 18, 2022.  In the city of Puerto Maldonado, Madre de Dios Region, in the rainforest of southeastern Peru. Bringing together various professionals specialized in birding and birdwatching, conservation, and environmental education of Peru and from abroad, with these activities we want to pay tribute to the ecotourism and conservation effort of the country.  We will keep you updated with more news about this very inclusive event SOON.

The Madre de Dios River belongs to the Amazon basin. It is a tributary of the Beni River. It has an approximate length of 1,150 km and is a binational river, as it flows through the southeastern part of Peru (655 km through the Madre de Dios region) and northwestern Bolivia. Drains a basin of more than 100,000 km². It is found in a very humid area of the sub-Andean Amazon, the Peruvian Amazon, which explains its high flow. It allows optimal navigability; you can travel without difficulties from Puerto Maldonado to its confluence with the Beni River.

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