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Eclectus Parrot Eclectus roratus is widely distributed throughout the lowland forests of the New Guinea region and beyond. Copyright © Roland Hilgartner

Biak Island

Birding walk

Of truly oceanic origin, the twin islands of Biak and Supiori, only separated from one another by a narrow mangrove-lined channel, harbor the most highly endemic avifauna of any singular land area in the entire New Guinea region, with up to 15 endemic taxa variously treated at species level. In addition, more than 20, often morphologically highly distinctive, endemic subspecies exist on the islands. So join us as we sound out speciation in these insular taxa, and later still be in the fortunate opportunity to continually add ‘new species’ to your life list from the comfort of your easy chair.


Rewarding year-round.

Scheduled departures

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Physical effort

Relaxed birding in flat or only slightly undulating terrain.

Tour description

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Related links

Read on about the birdlife of the Geelvink Islands.

Read on about our short birding break to the Geelvink Islands.

Read on about our prolonged Best of West Papua birding expedition visiting Biak Island.

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Browse our check-list of the birds of West Papua.

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