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Jose Ramon

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Hi everyone,

I am planning a birdwatching tour to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest at the beginning of November.

I would like to receive some information:

Is it the right time of the year to visit the area?

Can you recommend me expert bird guides that work in this area?

Can you recommend me the best hotspots to visit?

Thanks in advance,
 
Hi everyone,

I am planning a birdwatching tour to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest at the beginning of November.

I would like to receive some information:

Is it the right time of the year to visit the area?

Can you recommend me expert bird guides that work in this area?

Can you recommend me the best hotspots to visit?

Thanks in advance,
Hi Jose,

November is early in the rainy season, which may already impact your birding. Which area were you planning to visit and where were you planning to start from Rio or Sao Paulo for example and what is the planned length of the trip?

KR,

Filip
 
Hi everyone,

I am planning a birdwatching tour to the Brazilian Atlantic Forest at the beginning of November.

I would like to receive some information:

Is it the right time of the year to visit the area?

Can you recommend me expert bird guides that work in this area?

Can you recommend me the best hotspots to visit?

Thanks in advance,
Try Andy Foster at Serra Does Tucanos Birding Tours.
Andy is an excellent guide.
 
Yes, my plan is to bird in the area between Río and Sao Paulo.

I have check in Internet and it is supposed that is a good time for birding there.

I do not know how much rain much affect birding.
 

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