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Bird watching in the Galapagos Islands

Galapagos Islands bird watching & cruises, Albatross

In the Galapagos Islands there are more than 58 species of birds and most of these birds have either lost, or not evolved, a fear of human visitors. Therefore travelers can walk among colonies of blue-footed boobies or magnificent frigatebirds without causing them to fly off.

Galapagos Islands Birding

Other birds include brightly colored blue-and-yellow macaws and 44 other  parrot  species 19  different  toucans  with their incredibly large and hollow bills

The huge and very rare harpy eagle that is capable of snatching monkeys and sloths off branches as it flies past;

Alarge array of other tropical birds such as flycatchers (167 species), tanagers (133 species), antbirds (110 species) and cotingas (43 species)

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