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Last thing was having lunch and he got us to try iguana (tastes like chicken) but very boney.The Central American country of Honduras is bordered to the west by Guatemala, to the south by El Salvador, to the east by Nicaragua and to the north by the Caribbean Sea.The peoples of this Spanish-speaking country are exceptionally friendly and welcoming.Honduras is one of the least-known countries in the Americas and until very recently has not been visited by many in the birding community.The lodge is a member of the “Small Luxury Hotels of the World”, one reason we look forward to the last five nights of the tour.Our tour will begin in Tegucigalpa and soon move into cloud forest habitat searching for Resplendent Quetzal, Wine-throated Hummingbird, Blue-throated Motmot and Green-throated Mountain-Gem.While in the highlands, the many and varied forest types offer us the opportunity to view Keel-billed Motmot, Black-crested Coquette, Singing Quail and Scaled Antpitta.We truly enjoyed this excursion (in an air conditioned vehicle) as it was an extremely hot & humid that day. I even had a banana soda recommended by our server. Last note is we love visiting places along with seeing & learning their history.
The availability of comfortable lodges, beautiful scenery and specialty birds, such as Resplendent Quetzal, Lovely Cotinga, Keel-billed Motmot, Wine-throated Hummingbird, and the endemic Honduran Emerald, is an invitation for Talon Tours to offer this new tour.
With a large percentage of Honduras protected as National Parks and preserves and with 81% of the country in mountainous habitat we are certain to have access to many of the 738 species and 58 families of birds present here.
An added bonus in this area is the large number of Scarlet Macaws that are present.
From here we will move north towards the Caribbean coast and our home for the balance of the tour, The Lodge at Pico Bonito, located within the Pico Bonito National Park.
The Lake Yojoa area, which is a part of the Honduran Depression, will offer a variety of bird species such as flycatchers, waders, raptors and waterfowl.