Natural Regions

Guyana is geographically part of the Neotropics, an area that includes Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America, and which accounts for a quarter of the world's bird species. Guyana is fortunate to be home to more than 870 of these species. The country is geographically divided into three main natural regions, the Coastlands, the Rainforest and the Savannahs. Where the birdlife is concerned, these regions provide distinctly different habitats, each with its own diverse array of species.

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