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This is the winding access road to the Canopy Tower. The birding on these tours is excellent, and local guides know exactly where many of the area’s specialties may be found. This one-mile pleasant walk yields plenty of birds to keep you busy for a full morning. The bird list of Semaphore Hill Road is extensive and includes birds from the forest interior, as well as edge dwellers. Olivaceous Flatbill and White-whiskered Puffbird are common, and Slate-colored Grosbeak and Gray-headed Tanager are seen frequently. Great Tinamou is heard often, but to see one takes a little work. This road is also great for raptors: White, Tiny and Semiplumbeous hawks have been seen, and during migration it’s easy to see more than 10 species of warblers and migratory songbirds in one morning. Spring migration is especially striking, as birds will be wearing their breeding plumages. This tour is exclusive for clients staying in Canopy Tower.