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Leon Moore Georgetown, Rupununi region, Linden Anytime English
Leon Moore is an ex-military soldier and is now considered by many as one of the most knowledgeable birding and naturalist guides in Guyana.

His love and enthusiasm of finding birds and wildlife for tourists have earned him the 2013 Tour Guide of the Year award, by the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA).

Like many naturalists, Leon has a lot of local knowledge and is very good at identifying birds both by voice and field marks.

With over nine years of experience in the field, Leon is excellent at leading successful birding, wildlife spotting and photography tours for both local and international companies across Guyana, including Ron Allicock Birding Tours, Sunrise Birding and Wildlife Tours and Swordbill Expedition.

Leon is also an excellent bird and wildlife photographer. As an active and passionate eBirder and regional reviewer, Leon have seen more than half of Guyana bird species and is ranked as the top eBirder for is country .
Iwokrama forest, North and South Rupununi and Rewa Lodge area, Surama Lodge

Area Birds:
Harpy Eagle,Guianan Cock-of-the-rock, Rufous-winged ground Cuckoo.
Nature: birdwatching, Wildlife spotting, twitching, photography, research, bird survey, fishing, swimming, />Travel: stroll, walking, hiking, climbing, bus, car, long walk, canoe, />Visit: tourist site, museum, restaurant, vineyard, trail, monument, shop, antique, fashion, tech, casino
Attend: concert, horse race, ballet, dance show,sports event, convention competition, swap
Play: sports, Basketball, Cricket computer games,

Local Information
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Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Guyana
Local weather Yahoo
Guyana Amazon Tropical Birds Society Club
Iwokrama Conservation
Birding Hotspots around the world Sites

Last update 01/07/2024