Corazon del Bosque is located in the upper watershed and is the best place for seeing the Pink-headed Warbler and Guatemalan Junco.
Besides these two highly sought-after regional endemics, the Pine-Oak forest lists a total of 110 species.
This area is administered by K’iché Maya community.
Restaurant and other services available.
- Pink-headed Warbler
- Blue-throated Motmot
- Guatemalan Junco (Yellow-eyed)
|Duration:||2 - 3 hours|
|Total Distance:||1.2 miles|
|Elevation Change:||185 ft|
Park entrance at Km 145 Panamerican Highway
April – August is best time for Blue-throated Motmot sightings; Pink-headed Warbler is year round resident.
- Evaristo Chocoy