Bird of Mouth

As you will have seen this year at Inkaterra we have been chirping about ‘Year of the Bird’. Societies such as National Geographic and Audubon have grouped together to encourage all birders, experts and novices alike, to mark the 100th anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. You will have seen us tweeting for the cause but birds are always prevalent in what we do on site. At Inkaterra we truly care for the flora and fauna that call our properties home. From the Andean Spectacled Bear to the largest native orchid collection (372 species) at Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, we strive to nurture all nature. Of course, this includes our feathered friends and in honour of Year of the Bird we’ve been talking to our Explorer Guides about the importance of birds at Inkaterra. Here’s what we discovered through ‘bird of mouth’.

Birds are part of Inkaterra’s personality

There is so much to discover

Above all birding at Inkaterra is an unforgettable experience

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