My current hotel is at a convenient location in Sao Paulo, and some 10 minute taxi ride to the largest park of the city: Ibirapuera Park. It is frequented by many brazilians that come here for running, cycling, relaxing, playing soccer etc. It also hosts many bird species, most of which can be relatively easily approached – since they are used to people. Most surprisingly for me are the enormous flocks of Black Vultures that seem to feel at ease throughout the park. Many other species passed in front of my lens, even in the short time I spent there two days ago. Herewith you will find a selection.
Brazil Birds – Ibirapuera Park
This entry was posted in Travel Tales and tagged Birding Brazil, Birding Ibirapuera Park, Birding Sao Paulo, Birdwatching Brazil, Birdwatching Ibirapuera, Birdwatching Sau Paulo, Black Vulture, Great Kiskadee, Hans Overduin, Rufous Hornero, Rufous-bellied Thrush, Southern Lapwing, Squirrel Cuckoo, Striated Heron, White-faced Whistling-duck.