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admin on February 28th, 2017

Costa Rica might have a lot of raptors on the country list but we don’t really see them very often. They are out there but populations are naturally low, and many require high quality forest. Well, lets just say that there are more in high quality forest because there’s just more food available. Ironically, the […]

Continue reading about Easy Raptor Watching Near San Jose

admin on February 21st, 2017

I wish I could say that birding is always free. It would be if we still lived in a world with abundant habitat and biodiversity because there would be easier access to more birds. But, the modern realities of overpopulation and big money interests that view conservation as a hindrance to short term gain continue […]

Continue reading about Great Birding for a Bargain at La Marta Refuge

I have written about Carara National Park on more than one occasion. One of the better birding sites in an already very birdy country, this important protected area merits more coverage because it always delivers. Although I have mentioned tips for better birding at this site in other posts, it doesn’t hurt to provide updates […]

Continue reading about Some Tips for Birding Costa Rica at Carara National Park

admin on February 8th, 2017

The second month of the year has begun and anyone working on their year list should be well underway with that endeavor. Time is a wasting, go get them birds! Since the start of the year, I have followed that policy as well as I can and it’s paid off with a good selection of […]

Continue reading about Some Costa Rica Birding News for February, 2017

admin on February 1st, 2017

Different major habitats are one of the main reasons why we have so many bird species in Costa Rica, especially the rainy places. More water translates to higher numbers and varieties of life forms, birds included. But, if you tire of humid, energy sucking and optic challenging conditions, you can always retreat to the hot, […]

Continue reading about A Few Tips for Dry Forest Birding in Costa Rica