Peru Bird-Watching Takes Flight With 1,800 Species

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: November 22, 2004   View Article

Eco-lodges are sprouting under the forest canopy, guidebooks are rolling off the presses, and Peruvians are eager to showcase their country as a bird-watcher’s paradise.

That is the message trilled by John O’Neill, an ornithologist at Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge, who has visited the country to study birds almost every year since 1961.

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