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Newsletter - Issue 59
Seasons Greetings to all our wonderful Nikon's BATV fans. Its been a busy year. And we look forward to an even busier year next year as we enter Season 5.
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BATV Destination Videos►Suriname

Birding around the Globe

Learn about BATV's birding destinations, watch the latest Birding Adventures shows and catch our quest for each week's Golden Bird. All BATV shows are available NOW online.

SURINAME

QUICK FACTS: 700 species recorded in 59 families; 21 speciality species including difficult to see Guianan Shield endemics; No country endemics

SPECIALITY BIRDS: Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock; Guianan Toucanet; Black Curassow; Blood-coloured Woodpecker; Blue-backed Tanager; Capuchinbird; Crimson Fruitcrow; Finsch's Euphonia; Rufous Crab-Hawk; Scarlet Ibis; Sharpbill; Spangled Cotinga; White Bellbird; Grey-winged Trumpeter; White-plumed Antbird; Guinian Gnatcatcher; Guinian Piculet; Guinian Red-Cotinga; Pompador Cotinga; Racket-tailed Coquette; Red-and-black Grosbeak

TOURS: COMING SOON!

BATV "IN THE KNOWS": Stay at Hotel Krasnopolsky whilst in Paramaribo; Visit Berg-en-Dal Lodge and go Zipling, kayaking and more at the Adventure Center. Visit Brownsberg Nature Park close to Berg-en-Dal.

 

Suriname DESTINATION > Guianan Toucanet
Guianan Toucanet
The Guianan Toucanet (Selenidera culik) is a species of bird in the Ramphastidae family. It is found in north-western Brazil, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, and Venezuela. Its natural habitat is tropical humid lowland forests.

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