Originally from Niagara Falls, New York, Patrick is a writer and birding guide who has worked in the travel and tourism industry from the cataracts of Niagara to the Peruvian Amazon. A serious birder since the age of 7, this passion has led him to Mexico, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Thailand, and his current place of residence- Costa Rica. A biologist and systematist by training, Pat has worked on research projects in Colorado, New York, Wyoming, and Washington as well as in Peru. When not looking for birds in Costa Rica, he attempts to practice Chinese martial arts.
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in case you haven’t been it… Kricher’s The NEW Tropical Companion is awesome. Fully illustrated with great photos from all over the neotropics.
I just downloaded your guide. I’m already planning to visit some of the sites you present that are new to me.
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Have paid for your book, now how do I access it?
Will be leaving for Costa Rica on 7/13. You were recommended to us by a fellow Webster Groves Nature Study Society Member, Hugh Nourse. We have a 15yo son who has been serious about birding for several years and we hope to make the most of our trip. The first week is with EF Tours, primarily in the Guanacaste region. The following week we will be in Samara, in a Spanish immersion program, but expect to be able to skip out for the day if we decide to. Is there a chance we could meet up? What do you recommend?
Well, we’re all booked for our next trip to Costa Rica. I think it’s our sixth time… and, thanks to you, we will finally get to El Tapir and Quebrada Gonzalez.
Are you available to be our guide there on January 23rd? We’re staying near Guápiles at Casa Rio Blanco.
Thanks for all the help over the years, and for your excellent new guidebook.
@David- I appreciate your kind words, yes, I should be able to guide you that day. I will email you.