Seriema Birding tours
Day 1
Arrive in Posadas or Corrientes airports.
Drive to Iberá marshes for a three night stay
Day 2
Morning and afternoon birding in Iberá, with boat tour to the marshes included.
Day 3
Extra day in Iberá, exploring marshes, grasslands and woods.
Day 4
Morning birding near the lodge.
Check-out and drive out to Posadas or Corrientes.
(The sites described and itinerary can change slightly. Contact us for complete details, or for customizing this tour)

Birding Ibera


Argentinas spectacular wetlands

4 days / 3 nights
Birding in one of the worlds largest wetland ecosystems.
Expect: 250-300 species, good accommodation, easy to moderate terrain, some long drives, warm to hot climate.
Trip report and wildlife checklist available.
Departures anytime from January to December.


In the vast plains of Argentine Mesopotamia, the Iberá marshes stand out, an immense and untouched wilderness. Comparable to the Brazilian “Pantanal” and the Venezuelan “Llanos”, this wetland ecosystem is the second largest in the world and a huge part is protected by a nature reserve (13,000 Km2). Birdwatching and photographing opportunities are endless on this wildlife paradise. Dense stands of water lilies, water hyacinths, papyrus and cattails host a myriad of birds. Jabiru Stork, Rufescent Tiger-Heron, Large-billed Tern, Savanna Hawk, Crested Doradito, White-headed Marsh-Tyrant, Black-capped Donacobius and Scarlet-headed Blackbird are just some of the jewels to be found here.

Strange-tailed Tyrant, G Pugnali Marsh Seedeater G Pugnali Jabiru Stork, HR Goni

Several threatened and highly localized species inhabit the adjacent grasslands, including Greater Rhea, Black-and-white Monjita, Strange-tailed Tyrant, Ochre-breasted Pipit and numerous Seedeaters of the enigmatic Sporophila group. Woodlands host numerous beauties such as Scissor-tailed Nightjar, Striped Cuckoo, Purple-throated Euphonia, Yellow-billed Cardinal and Green-winged Saltator. Other animals regularly found here include Capybara (the world’s largest rodent), South American River Otter, Grey Brocket and the graceful Marsh Deer. Yellow anaconda and two species of Caimans are also likely to be found.

Boat ride, GPugnali Donacobius, HRGoni White-headed Marsh-Tyrant, HRGoni
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