The Savannahs

In Guyana there are two distinct areas of savannah. The intermediate savannahs are found along the banks of the Berbice River, while the much more extensive Rupununi grassland savannahs occupy the country's southwestern border with Brazil. Although these areas have many endemic bird species, there is also an overlapping of forest and coastland species.

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