In 2024, the South American Bird Fair returns to Argentina after the 2023 fair held in Ecuador. In southern South America, Argentina offers its own diversity of subtropical grasslands, wetlands, and native forests. From the northern plains to Patagonia in the south, with the Atlantic to the east and the Andes to the west, the country has 19 ecoregions. It hosts about 1000 bird species in a diverse geography. The fair will take place this year at the meeting point of wetlands, grasslands, Chaco-type forests, and Amazonian-dominated Atlantic jungle. A combination that allows for the gathering of about 500 species and attracts observers due to the high quality of the records. It is also a region with its own cultural identity, distinct from others, with its own food, music, and clothing. Located in the northeast of Argentina, the province of Corrientes stands out for its hospitality and is an attractive destination to explore in all its dimensions during the fair. Ituzaingó is very close to the airports of Posadas, Corrientes, and Resistencia. It is easily accessible by land from Buenos Aires, Asunción, and Iguazú, for those arriving by car, and there are various bus options from Buenos Aires and nearby cities.