La Tigra National Park Webpage Satellite View La Tigra National Park is one of the most popular cloud-forests in Honduras.
The park is home to 171 species, 42 of which only live in cloud-forests and 27 migratory species.
The Rio Platano vicinity is home to over 500 bird species.
Many migratory birds are found in the area as are many rare species which are hard, if not impossible, to find in any other area of Honduras, Harpy Eagles, Aplomado Falcon, Great Green and Scarlet Macaws, Green and Rufous Kingfisher, Chestnut-mandible Toucan, Yellow-eared Toucanet, Jabiru and the Black and White Hawk Eagle are just a few of the special species found in the Biosphere.
Some of these species are endangered or threatened, as is the case with the great curassow and numerous species of the trogon family, which includes the Resplendent Quetzal.
Visitors interested in viewing the Quetzal will have better luck in the breeding season between March and May.
The country is bordered by Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua. The official language of Honduras is Spanish, although English is also widely used.
The area of Honduras is about 112,492 km² (43,278 sq.
A large variety of species are found in and around Pico Bonito including hawks, eagles, kites, doves, parrots, motmots, hummingbirds, wood-creepers, swallows and loons, which all inhabit the park and surrounding area.
Also you will find Keel Billed Tucans, Highland Guan, Turquoise-browed Motmot, Blue-crowned Motmot, Scarlet-rumped Tanager, White-collared Manakin, Slaty-tailed trogon, and many others.
Almost all Honduran women have dark and thick hair, brown eyes, and naturally tanned skin, the tone of which may vary from bright olive to a very dark brown.
Women from Honduras are often set apart by their perfect, feminine body structure.
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