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Parque Nacional El Palmar
Colon, Entre Rios Province.
 Notable Species
Birds you can see here include:
Greater Rhea, Red-winged Tinamou, Whistling Heron, Yellow-billed Teal, Brazilian Teal, Roadside Hawk, Crane Hawk, Savanna Hawk, Chimango Caracara, American Kestrel, Giant Wood-Rail, Gray-necked Wood Rail, Wattled Jacana, Southern Lapwing, South American Snipe, Picazuro Pigeon, Spot-winged Pigeon, Eared Dove, Picui Ground-Dove, White-tipped Dove, Monk Parakeet, Guira Cuckoo, Little Nightjar, Scissor-tailed Nightjar, Glittering-bellied Emerald, Gilded Sapphire, Golden-breasted Flicker, White Woodpecker, Narrow-billed Woodcreeper, Rufous Hornero, Pale-breasted Spinetail, Variable Antshrike, Grey Monjita, Cattle Tyrant, Great Kiskadee, Vermilion Flycatcher, White-crested Tyrannulet, Grey-crowned Tyrannulet, Large Elaenia, Small-billed Elaenia, Plush-crested Jay, House Wren, White-banded Mockingbird, Chalk-browed Mockingbird, Creamy-bellied Thrush, Rufous-bellied Thrush, Masked Gnatcatcher, White-browed Warbler, Olive-backed Warbler, Diademed Tanager, Sayaca Tanager, Hepatic Tanager, Blue and Yellow Tanager, Golden-billed Saltator, Green-winged Saltator, Double-collared Seedeater, Rusty-collared Seedeater, Saffron Finch, Red-crested Finch, Rufous-collared Sparrow, Gray-throated Warbling Finch, Black-capped Warbling Finch, Long-tailed Reed Finch, Great Pampa Finch, Hooded Siskin, Variable Oriole, Screaming Cowbird, Bay-winged Cowbird, Brown-and-yellow Marshbird
 Other Wildlife
 Site Information
 History and Use
 Areas of Interest
 Access and Facilities
This National Park lies 54 Km north of the city of Col´┐Żn and 60 Km south of the city of Concordia on the national route 14 in the province of Entre Rios.
At the park the only posibility to stay the night is camping. There is a little store where you could buy food. Hotel you'll find at the city of Colon or at Concordia.
You'll need a car to get there. It's a good place to visit if you hire a car and drive from Buenos Aires to the Iguazu Falls in Misiones.
 Contact Details
 External Links
http://www.parquesnacionales.gov.ar/03_ap/11_palmar_PN/11_palmar_PN.htm Content and images originally posted by Fritz73
A species list of my last visit to El Palmar:
Greater Rhea Red-winged Tinamou Whistling Heron Speckled Teal Brazilian Teal Roadside Hawk Crane Hawk Savanna Hawk Chimango Caracara American Kestrel Giant Wood-Rail Gray-necked Wood Rail Wattled Jacana Southern Lapwing South American Snipe Picazuro Pigeon Spot-winged Pigeon Eared Dove Picui Ground-Dove White-tipped Dove Monk Parakeet Guira Cuckoo Little Nightjar Scissor-tailed Nightjar Glittering-bellied Emerald Gilded Sapphire Golden-breasted Flicker White Woodpecker Narrow-billed Woodcreeper Rufous Hornero Pale-breasted Spinetail Variable Antshrike Grey Monjita Cattle Tyrant Great Kiskadee Vermilion Flycatcher White-crested Tyrannulet Grey-crowned Tyrannulet Large Elaenia Small-billed Elaenia Plush-crested Jay House Wren White-banded Mockingbird Chalk-browed Mockingbird Creamy-bellied Thrush Rufous-bellied Thrush Masked Gnatcatcher White-browed Warbler Olive-backed Warbler Diademed Tanager Sayaca Tanager Hepatic Tanager Blue & Yellow Tanager Golden-billed Saltator Green-winged Saltator Double-collared Seedeater Rusty-collared Seedeater Saffron Finch Red-crested Finch Rufous-collared Sparrow Red-rumped Warbling Finch Black-capped Warbling Finch Long-tailed Reed Finch Great Pampa Finch Hooded Siskin Variable Oriole Screaming Cowbird Bay-winged Cowbird Brown-and-yellow Marshbird