Costa Rica: With over 900 species of birds, Costa Rica is a paradise for birdwatchers. Some of the most sought-after species include the Resplendent Quetzal, the Scarlet Macaw, and the Three-wattled Bellbird.
Ecuador: Located in the Andes Mountains, Ecuador is home to a diverse array of birds, including the Andean Condor, the Hoatzin, and numerous hummingbirds.
Kenya: The wide open savannas and forests of Kenya are home to over 1,000 species of birds, including the flamingo, the African Grey Parrot, and the Secretary Bird.
Australia: With a variety of habitats, including forests, wetlands, and grasslands, Australia is home to over 800 species of birds, including the Emu, the Galah, and the Kookaburra.
Brazil: With the Amazon rainforest and a wide range of other habitats, Brazil is home to over 1600 species of birds, including the Hyacinth Macaw, the Harpy Eagle and lots of hummingbirds.
United States: The United States is home to a wide range of bird species, including the Bald Eagle, the Greater Roadrunner and the California Condor. Some of the top birdwatching destinations in the US include the Florida Everglades, the Texas Gulf Coast, and the California coast.
India: With a variety of habitats, including forests, wetlands, and grasslands, India is home to over 1200 species of birds, including the Indian Peafowl, the Red-headed vulture, and the Great Hornbill.
Peru: Located in the Andes Mountains, Peru is home to a diverse array of birds, including the Andean Condor, the Inca Tern, and the Hooded Grebe.
These are just a few examples, and there are many other great birdwatching destinations around the world. It’s a good idea to do some research and find a location that offers the types of birds you are most interested in seeing.