Central Mexico

The Central Volcanic Belt is a rim of Volcanos that cross the country from West to east and divide many of the habitats and ranges for species, but the mountains itself have created some microhabitat that hosts some of the most extraordinary species in the area, some of the species possible include Sierra Madre Sparrow, BLackpolled Yellowthroat, Aztec Rail, Black-backed Oriole, Strickland’s Woodpecker, Striped Sparrow, Green-striped Brushfinch, Red Warbler, Hooded Yellowthroat, Transvolcanic Jay, and in some months of the year we can go in search of the very restricted and little known White-fronted Swift, plus many other outstanding species, we have created a 9 day itinerary to cover all the areas in this volcanic belt.

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