Horacio Matarasso

Horacio is a biologist and a passionate birder. He started birding at college so he decided to study biology at Buenos Aires University to dedicate himself to ornithology and birding.
He used to work at BA University and at Western Washington University where he did research works about woodpeckers, birds of Lanín National Park and forest management. For 18 years he lived in San Martín de los Andes (a town in Patagonia) where he was a professor on Biology and Director of the Ornithology Center at Comahue National University, making census in different biogeographic habitats.
He also led birding courses, where other people were caught on birding passion.
Now, Horacio is living in Buenos Aires city, and he is guiding birders on all our programmes.

"I like birding. I like to share this activity with other people. Thanks to my job I have been able to visit other countries, knowing the birds and cultures. I'll be glad to guide people from all the world in the places that I know ..."