Kayaks Haitises
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More than 110 different kinds of birds are available to see at Los Haitises National Park, which is the third longest National Park in the D.R. and a place in the world for bird conservation. All these make Los Haitises unique with a perfect area to go Bird Watching.

 

We offer to you the best options are available to find the species you are looking for in Los Haitises National Park.

 

Endemic’s Birds from Dominican Republic and others species you can be able to watch in Los Haitises National Park.

 

While you hike on Los Haitises National Park’s Trail you can be able to watch different species of birds, Your Bird Watcher Guide will take you to the best area to do this activity. The Mallory of Bird Watcher is looking for endemic Birds from Dominican Republic and we’ll provide you all the resources to get to see these Birds.

 

Ridgway Hawk’s Tour   

 

This The Ridgway’s hawk’s original breeding range included Haiti and the Dominican Republic (which make up the island of Hispaniola) and some of the adjacent isles and keys. As of 2006, it’s only known population resides within Los Haitises National Park in the northeastern Dominican Republic, which is mostly covered by wet limestone forest. This bird is critically endangered due to clearance of its forest habitat and persecution by local farmers, who erroneously believe the species preys on domestic fowl, even though reptiles comprise up to 90% of its diet. It has an estimated population of 80–120 pairs

This tour takes you to areas where Ridgway’s Hawks are nesting, you will also able to watch another species.

 

Our schedule to watch our Ridgway’s Hawks

  • 6:00 a.m.
  • 5:00 p.m.

 

What do you need for this tour?

  • Binoculars
  • Shoes or hiking boots
  • Water Bottle
  • Wear grey or light green pans and t-shirt
  • Camera
  • Mosquitoes Repellent
  • Sun’s Cream

 

Ashy-Faced Owl’s  Tour

 

The ashy-faced owl (Tyto glaucops) is a species of owl in the family Tytonidae. It is found in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry shrubland, subtropical or tropical high-altitude shrubland, and, now, heavily degraded former forest.

 

This Tour takes you to see the amazing endemic Owl from Dominican Republic.

 

Our schedule to see our Ashy-Faced Owl

  • 5:00 a.m.
  • 9:00 p.m.

 

What do you need for this tour?

  • Binoculars
  • Shoes or hiking boots
  • Water Bottle
  • Wear grey or light green pans and t-shirt
  • Flash Light
  • Mosquitoes Repellent
  • Sun’s Cream

 

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April 21st, 2018 by misael.silven