Join GCBO staff as we travel with raptor expert, Bill Clark, to Veracruz, Mexico to see the famous raptor migration and explore the tropical forests for resident birds of prey. Bill has been studying and photographing raptors in the field for over 50 years. He is a renowned raptor guide creator and writer and has recently published a guide on the Mexican and Central American species.
Tour dates: October 6-14, 2018 with an extension offered for October 14-18 specifically for eagles
Tour highlights: The tour will coincide with raptor migration and the home base hotel, Hotel Bienvenido, has a hawk watch site on its roof!
Travel to a variety of different habitats including wet pastures, remnant rainforest patches and more!
Bill Clark will be leading the tour – he has led raptor watching tours to Veracruz since the 1990s. He is one of the leading experts on raptors and knows all the right places to look for resident species!
Possible species: Bat and Laughing Falcons, Zone-tailed Hawks, White Hawk, Double-toothed kite, Black Hawk-Eagles, Black-collared Hawks and many more!