La Bandada is an exceptional place for birdwatching. All the trees around the park give place for birds to nest, as well as our nearby lagoon.
Take the binoculars and the Bird’s Guide and follow our check list of most common birds in the area. A self-guided program that places you as a professional birdwatcher, looking for hummingbirds, cardinals, horneros, herons, storks, sparrows, tropical screech oils, southern screamers, coscoroba swans, black necked swans, woodpeckers, fork tailed flycatchers, and a variety of over 15 ducks, such as cinnamon teal, yellow billed pintail, white-faced whistling duck and southern wigeon.
Cost: included on the lodging rate.
I was intrigued when Lucia provided me of a checklist of birds to see around the farm and a little lagoon nearby. For my great surprise, I could check almost 75% of the list! I felt I was a professional birdwatcher!! A really nice experience!