Where do you want to go birding in Brazil?

Brazil is the largest country in South America, and the 5th largest country in the world. As such it comes as no surprise that the country is host to a vast biodiversity: the national list has just over 1900 species on it (1901 per CBRO 2014), of which 270 species are endemic to Brazil. The country can be divided into 6 major biomes, with each region hosting its own set of endemics and spectacular species alike, along with some of the world's great natural landscapes and wildlife spectacles. Birding Mato Grosso is proud to offer customized birding and natural history tours to just about anywhere in this great country. 

 

Browse the major Brazilian bio-regions using the map, or click on the direct links below:

 

THE AMAZON

THE PANTANAL

ATLANTIC RAINFOREST

THE CERRADO

THE CAATINGA

PAMPAS / CAMPOS SULINOS