San Pancho is a privileged spot when it comes to habitat quality, since we have jungle, river and an estuary at very close distances, which all together are home to over 250 bird species. Even though San Pancho is a very small town, there are some good restaurants and hotels which catter birdwatchers.
This area is home to many birds that spend their summers in the United States and Canada like the Painted Bunting, Yellow-breasted Chat, Black-capped Vireo, and numerous other warbler species.
The geography of the San Pancho area is quite unique as the mountains come down to the ocean providing a really interesting mix of species. Some species we will seek include: Mexican Parrotlet, Orange-fronted Parrakeet and Lilac-crowned Parrot, Black-throated Magpie Jay, Golden-cheeked Woodpecker, Pale-billed Woodpecker, Bat Falcon, Squirrel Cuckoo, Painted, Varied, Blue and Lazuli Buntings, and Citroline and Elegant Trogon.