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BIRDING REPORTS

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3 – 12 September 2011
REPORT ABOUT TAMBOPATA RIVER, MADRE DE DIOS, PERÚ (INCLUDING POSADA AMAZONAS, TAMBOPATA RESEARCH CENTRE AND REFUGIO AMAZONAS)

By Richard Amable | The first ten days of my extremely enjoyable two-week visit to Peru were spent birding the Amazon lowlands along the Río Tambopata in the Madre de Dios Department, Peru’s ‘Capital of Biodiversity’. My trip included nights at all three of Rainforest Expeditions.

24 - 26 Agosto 2013
REPORTE Y REGISTRO DE AVES DE CORTO MALTES AMAZONIA Y SUS ALREDEDORES EN LA REGION DE MADRE DE DIOS - PERU

Por  Richard Amable | La región del sur este de Perú, el departamento de Madre de Dios encontramos distintos tipos de suelos, bosques, habitas, escenarios, y ríos tributarios del gran rio Amazonas. El rio Madre de Dios se origina en los andes tropicales, en el departamento de Cusco atraviesa el departamento de Madre de Dios. 

4 - 15 October 2017
BIRDING REPORT AND BUTTERFLY TOUR IN SOUTH OF LIMA AND THE TAMBOPATA NATIONAL RESERVE IN SOUTH EASTERN PERU

By Richard Amable | The Tours Were Managed by Custom and Design to Cover The Habitats and Record the Key Species Report for Birding and Butterfly Tour in South of Lima and The Tambopata National Reserve in South Eastern Perú.

19 - 22 September 2017
BIRDING TRIP TO MUSCATATUCK NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, BIG BONE LICK STATE PARK, VOICE OF AMERICA PARK, WINTON WOODS PARK AND PARKY’S FARM

By Richard Amable | The tours were managed by costume and design to cover the habitats and record the key species. Very early start to Muscatatuck NWR in Indiana, the rainy weather did slow down bird activity. We did the auto tour drive covering open field, prairie sections, forest, marsh and lakes.

21 - 22 October 2017
REPORT TO THE VIII BIRDING INTERPRETATIVE CLASES IN THE PARROTS AND PARAKEETS CLAY LICK AND CARACHAMAYO CENTER, TAMBOPATA MADRE DE DIOS - PERU

By Richard Amable | The interpretative class were managed and design to introduce participants to the common birds of Puerto Maldonado and visit the efforts of local initiative for conservation. Collpa Cachuela is located at the right margin of Madre de Dios river, inside of Las Cachuelas community.

9 - 11 November 2017
A BIRDING TRIP REPORT FOR A BRIEF VISIT TO RIBERALTA IN BOLIVA

By Richard Amable | Riberalta is a seldom visited corner of Bolivia close to the confluence of the Madre de Dios and Mamore Rivers just inside the Department of Beni. It has a feeling of the Amazon and its bird community reflects that but holds the north-eastern most patches of cerrado habitat giving it a distinct characteristic of its
own. 

23 September 2018
REPORT TO THE IX INTERPRETATIVE BIRDING CLASSES IN PILCOPATA (KOSÑIPATA VALLEY) CUSCO – PERU

By Richard Amable | The interpretative classes were managed and designed to introduce the young participants to the common birds of Pilcopata and visit the efforts of local initiative for ecotourism and conservation.  Sponssor by Vortex Optics.

13 - 22 October 2018
REPORT FOR BIRDING AND PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR IN THE TAMBOPATA NATIONAL RESERVE IN SOUTH EASTERN PERU

By Richard Amable | The Tambopata National Reserve is 274,690 hectares and located in the Amazon basin of southeast Peru, spans areas of biodiverse rainforest. Rich in wildlife, it’s home to many colorful parrots and macaws that feed at clay licks such as the Collpa Colorado and the Chuncho. 

3 - 9 May 2018
REPORT FOR A BIRDING PHOTO-TRIP TO THE GREATER CINCINNATI AREA AND PORT CLINTON IN NORTHERN OHIO – THE EARLY SPRING AND EASTERN WOOD WARBLERS MIGRANTS

By Richard Amable | Start at evening arrival in Cincinnati/Kentucky International Airport and then transfer to the Kirkwood Inn Hotel in Mason. Early start to Gilmore Ponds Preserve for most common Warblers and great opportunities for White-breasted Nuthatch and Indigo Bunting.

22 - 24 November 2018
REPORT TO THE X INTERPRETATIVE BIRDING CLASSES IN THE PACAYA SAMIRIA NATIONAL RESERVE NEAR IQUITOS LORETO – PERU

By Richard Amable | The interpretative workshop were managed and designed to introduce the participants to the common birds of Pacaya Samiria National Reserve and visit the local sites for ecotourism and conservation along Rio Marañon. 

6 - 7 July 2018
REPORT TO THE VIII BIRDING INTERPRETATIVE CLASSES IN THE PARROTS AND PARAKEETS CLAY LICK AND CARACHAMAYO CENTER, TAMBOPATA MADRE DE DIOS - PERU

By Richard Amable | Birding in Peru With Manu Expeditions a Trip Report For Birding and Photography Tour in The Tambopata National Reserve in South Eastern PERU

15 – 21 September 2019
REPORT TO THE XI INTERPRETATIVE BIRDING CLASS FOR ECOTOURISM AND CONSERVATION; WITH THE FOCUS OF BAMBOO SPECIALISTS IN MANU BIOSPHERE RESERVE – PERU

By Richard Amable | The interpretative classes were managed and designed to introduce the young participants
to the common birds of the Manu Biosphere Reserve and visit the efforts of local initiative for ecotourism and conservation of this route.

15 – 19 Octuber 2020
BIRDING REPORT TO THE MANU BIOSPHERE RESERVE WOMEN BIRDERS PERU

By Ana Amable | The Women Birders is  a program created to empower women in the good ecological practices of birding & birdwatching in Peru and Bolivia. Through this program the women in the community will be able to increase their leadership and knowledge in conservation and ecotourism. Also, this will make a difference in their communities as they can represent their communities and will lead the changes in local conservation behavior. Finally, it will benefit directly to the conservation of local birds.

15 Junio 2020 -15 Junio 2021
RESUMEN EJECUTIVO PROGRAMA AMBIENTAL DE MUJERES PAJARERAS PERU Y BOLIVIA

Por Ana Amable | The Women Birders es un programa creado para empoderar a las mujeres en las buenas prácticas ecológicas de observación de aves y aves en Perú y Bolivia. A través de este programa, las mujeres de la comunidad podrán incrementar su liderazgo y conocimiento en conservación y ecoturismo. Además, esto marcará la diferencia en sus comunidades, ya que pueden representar a sus comunidades y liderarán los cambios en el comportamiento de conservación local. Finalmente, beneficiará directamente a la conservación de las aves locales.

02 Jun - 30 Oct 2019
AN ADULT COMMUNITY INTERPRETATIVE BIRDING CLASSES PREFERENCE ON LEARNING

By Richard Amable | PUnderstanding how adults prefer to learn can provide much needed information for community groups as well as professional organizations. A full week interpretative birding class was presented to a group of non-traditional students in a community workshop environment. The participants experienced both traditional lectures on birds and their habitats as well as bird walks, which provided an opportunity for inquiry and participatory education. At the end of the course, the participants were surveyed to learn their preferences for education. The participatory education and inquiry was the preferred method of learning for this group on community learners. 

10 Jun 2021
FIELD REPORT OF SHORT BIRDING TRIP NEAR MADISON AREA AND VISIT TO THE VORTEX OPTICS HEADQUARTER AT BARNEVELD IN SOUTHERN WISCONSIN – USA

By Richard Amable | Barneveld Prairie State Natural Areas: This primitive, unmarked trail traverses steep terrain is a great place to see a remnant of the vast tallgrass prairies and savannas that once covered most of southern Wisconsin. Surrounded by an agricultural landscape, the hilltops and valleys at Barneveld Prairie provide habitat for colorful butterflies and uncommon birds that thrive in large, open, treeless landscapes. (The Nature Conservancy, 2021.)

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