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Manu  National Park Macaw clay Lick :

macaw clay lick. This is truly one of the world’s great wildlife spectacles as hundreds of parrots and their larger relatives, the macaws, congregate at this traditional locality to eat the mineral- rich clay that is essential for their digestion. We’ll use a comfortable hide to get close to the birds and breakfast will also be served here. The noise alone is incredible, but the sight of large numbers of brightly coloured birds at the lick is a sight not to be forgotten – and a great photo opportunity. As activity at the lick slows down by midmorning we’ll head back to the lodge for lunch and a siesta before an afternoon excursion for those who wish, perhaps to the canopy tower or along quiet trails looking for up to 12 primates. These include emperor and saddleback tamarins, and the rare Goeldi’s  monkey, seen often in the area

Manu National Park and Biosphere Reserve lies adjacent to three other protected forests that together cover an area nearly the size of Belgium. This region includes vast swathes of land inhabited only by uncontacted tribes or a handful of intrepid scientists. Manu contains 1,000 of the globe’s 10,000 bird species (200 more than all of the U.S. and Canada combined), 15,000 of the world’s 250,000 flowering plant species, 13 species of monkeys –including the rare monk saki and emperor tamarin monkeys – and all of the major Amazonian predators. During this overland journey witness wildlife spectacles that are rare or non-existent in other locations. Within the highly protected Manu National Park, abundant wildlife that is seldom seen elsewhere in Peru – ranging from jaguars, large caimans and giant otters to red howler monkeys – are frequently seen at close range along the riverbanks and in the area’s oxbow lakes. In the private reserve at the comfortable Manu Wildlife Centre a mammal clay lick allows sightings of the elusive tapir, the Amazon’s largest mammal. And at the Blanquillo clay lick, a short way downriver, we can witness one of nature’s most extraordinary spectacles: A mass of noisy, squabbling, brilliantly coloured macaws and parrots, as they gather to nibble clay – essential for neutralizing toxins in their diet – from the steep riverbank. Add the cloud forest,canopy viewing towers, more oxbow lakes and miles of superb trails, and you havethe complete rainforest experience.

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