Wildlife More than 700 species of birds can be found in Nicaragua, many of them permanent and a few migratory ones that escape the freezing climate of the north. Nicaragua has hundreds of species of insects to enjoy There are several species of birds in Nicaragua Sea turtles are known to commonly reproduce on the beaches of Nicargua Sea turtles are known to commonly reproduce on the beaches of Nicargua Cattle egrets and white herons are a common sight in Nicaragua’s beach locations Nicaragua is host to large reptiles including caimans and crocodiles Cattle egrets and white herons are a common sight in Nicaragua’s beach locations In addition to hosting migratory birds and other seasonal visitors, Nicaragua is home to many colorful native species Many bird species enjoy a visit to Nicaragua’s stable warm climate during cooler months Several reptile species are found in Nicaragua including crocodiles and caimans Nicaragua is home to several colorful birds including the Keel-billed Toucan guardabarranco “Ara Macao”, the Scarlet Macaw is one of the most colorful of the parrot family, a trait that makes them unmistakable when seen. They inhabit from Mexico to the central area of South America (Peru, Bolivia and eastern Brazil) and it is the only macaw that exists in the Pacific area of Nicaragua. Tucan Aracari, common in zoos and pet stores, lives in humid forests from Mexico, Central America and South America. The jaguar, jaguar or yaguareté (Panthera onca) is the largest feline in America. It mainly inhabits jungle areas. Colibrí, Ave que vive en zonas tropicales de toda américa.