The myriad islands that make up the Indonesian archipelago are a haven for tropical birds, with upwards of 400 unique species living in this remote corner of Southeast Asia. Travelers can observe colorful, toucan-like hornbills in the jungles of Sulawesi, spot vibrant sunbirds drinking nectar through their long beaks, or photograph flocks of pelagic seabirds from the observation deck of the National Geographic Orion. In this Expedition Spotlight, join Naturalist Santiago Imberti as he shows why Indonesia is a “magnet” for birders.