To get here you have to fly from Yurimaguas. The savanna and white-sand forests here are quite unique. Jeberos has a long list of birds that are very rare to encounter in other parts of South America. Here it is relatively easy to find species such as Black Manakin, White-bellied Dacnis, Plain-breasted Ground-Dove, Scarlet-shouldered Parrotlet, Pearly Antshrike, Fiery Topaz, Yellow-throated Flycatcher, Short-billed Honeycreeper etc. Other birds to look out for include White-throated Tinamou, Grey-headed Kite, Crested Eagle, Ash-throated Crake, Russet-crowned Crake, Gray-breasted Crake, Black-headed Parrot, Striped Owl, Spot-tailed Nightjar, Blackish Nightjar, Black-throated Hermit, Rufous-throated Sapphire, Green-tailed Goldenthroat, Paradise and Great Jacamar, White-necked, Collared, Spotted, Pied and White-chested Puffbirds, Yellow-throated and White-throated Woodpeckers, White-chinned and Spot-throated, Barred, Bar-bellied and Ocellated Woodcreepers , Ruddy Spinetail, Mouse-colored and Undulated Antshrikes, Stipple-throated Antwren, the newly described Northern Chestnut-tailed Antbird, Bicolored and Spot-backed Antbirds, Double-banded Pygmy-Tyrant, Sulphury and Dusky-chested Flycatchers, Orange-crested Manakin, Black-necked Red-Cotinga, Black-faced, Fulvous-crested and Red-shouldered Tanagers, Red-legged Honeycreeper and Red-breasted Blackbird.
This area is described in Valqui's Where to watch birds in Peru.