The Northeast region of Brazil was the first to be explored and colonized by the Portuguese and other Europeans, playing a crucial role in the country’s history. Most of the population is clustered along the coast, and towns such as Recife and Salvador attract thousands of tourists every year for its rich culture, including its folklore, cuisine, music and literature. The vast region of northeast Brazil is comprised by different types of habitat, of which the most important are the Caatinga, Cerrado and Atlantic Forest. The caatinga dominates the Sertão, a vast semi-arid region inland, with its sparse leafy vegetation and abundant cacti. It suffers long periods of intense drought, yet for a few glorious months in the wet season the landscape is transformed to verdant green. Unfortunately, the habitats found in Northeast Brazil are among the most endangered on the planet, but the birdwatching tours in Northeast Brazil offer many endemic species, as few areas on earth hold so many range-restricted and rare birds.
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