- San Sebastian de la Selva
- Urugua-í Provincial Park – R101 access
- Urugua-í Provincial Park Uruzú access
Visits to San Sebastian are often combined with stops at the two access points to Urugua-í Provincial Park, R101 and Uruzú, as we pass them on the way to the reserve.
1, 2 and 3-Day itineraries
San Sebastian is home to a feast of birds. Some, like Common Tody Flycatcher, Scaled Dove and Masked Water Tyrant are not seen anywhere else in Argentina .
From the lodge we can see Short-tailed Nighthawks swoop down to drink at dusk. Behind, the forest is bustling with Rusty-breasted Nunlet, Ochre-faced Tody Flycatcher, Robust Woodpecker and Black-throated Trogon. The plaintive cry of Collared Forest-Falcon at dawn may alert us to the presence of this elusive raptor and benches have been thoughtfully placed for observation of Red-ruffed Fruitcrow and Plovercrest leks..
Other speciality birds here are Ocellated Bamboowren, Variegated Antpitta, Speckle-breasted Antpitta and down at the feeders, Yellow-browed Woodpeckers together with Plush-crested Jays, Violet-capped Woodnymph and Blackish Rail.