Ecological Trip to Los Haitises National Park with a Local Tour guide. Visiting the Ridgway’s Hawks in Los Haitises National Park, and the historical areas of Sabana de la Mar in Los Haitises National Park.
The Ridgway’s Hawk is a critically endangered species of diurnal raptor endemic to the Island of Hispaniola. A hundred years ago the hawk was found all over Hispaniola, but today the only remaining breeding population of about 300 individuals is found in Los Haitises National Park in the Dominican Republic.
Los Haitises National Park is a popular destination for nature lovers and bird watchers cause of the highest importance for biodiversity and richness of fauna, both in terms of endemism and species numbers. Our main focus is to spot all the hawks around the Cano Hondo areas.
We are conserving the Ridgway’s Hawk in Los Haitises National Park, where you can see the habitat and interesting History of Ridgway’s Hawks in the Rain Forest Trails. We know the spots habitats for Ridgway’s and Ashy Faced Owls. Because for more than 15 years as volunteers we are working for the protection of these couples and individuals around this community.
Also, you may see other endemics species around the Park. This Tour is focusing on nature and is more concentrated on the information about wildlife. Usually is private.
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