T. Michael Redmond | Costa Rica Birds
Visitors 42
Modified 17-Mar-13
Created 16-Mar-13
133 photos

Costa Rica is home to well over 800 species of birds. Most are resident but many North American (and a very few South American) migrants also use Costa Rica as their winter home. Among Costa Rica's birds are 50 species of hummingbirds, 70 species of tyrant flycatcher, 40 species of tanager, and over 30 raptor species alone. These are just a few of the over 350 species that we saw on our trip. They are the ones that were close enough, posed well enough, or were in sufficient light enough, to photograph!
Great Kiskadee, Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseMelodious Blackbird, Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseGrayish Saltator,   Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseHoffmann's Woodpecker, Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseBaltimore Oriole,     Hotel Bougainvillea San JosePlain Wren, Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseTropical Kingbird, Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseBlue-crowned Motmot, Hotel Bougainvillea San JoseRufous-naped WrensBlack and White Owls, Orotina City Park, CRInca Dove, Villa Lapas, TarcolesVariable Seedeaters, Villa Lapas, TarcolesGreen Kingfisher, Villa Lapas, TarcolesWhite Ibis, Villa Lapas, TarcolesBare-throated Tiger Heron, Villa Lapas, TarcolesSocial Flycatcher building nest, Villa Lapas, TarcolesSocial Flycatcher collecting seed silk for nest, Villa Lapas, TarcolesFiery-billed Aracari, Villa Lapas, TarcolesSlaty-tailed Trogon, Carara NPCrane Hawk, , Carara NP

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Keywords:Arenal Volcano National Park, Bosque de Paz, Braulio Carrillo National Park, Carara National Park, Cerro de Muerte, Costa Rica, Hotel Bougainvillea, La Selva Reserve, San Geraldo de Dota, Savegre, Talamanca Cordillera, Tarcoles, Villa Lapas, Virgen de Socorro