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Birding Tour in Costa Rica

Costa Rica 12 Days
Starting From USD 2,415 / per person
Fiery Throated Hummingbird
The length of the fiery-throated hummingbird is between 10.5 and 11 cm (4.1 and 4.3 in). Males are 5.9–6.2 g (0.21–0.22 oz) and females are 4.9–5.2 g (0.18–0.08 oz) (0.17 to 0.18 oz). Males and females of the same subspecies are the same. All of them have a black bill with a pink tip and a small white spot behind the eye.
Green Basilisc
The plumed basilisk, or Basiliscus plumifrons, is a type of lizard in the family Corytophanidae. It is also known as the green basilisk, double-crowned basilisk, or Jesus Christ lizard. The animal comes from Central America.
Green Honeycreeper
The green honeycreeper is a small bird in the tanager family. Its scientific name is Chlorophanes spiza. It lives in the tropical parts of the New World, from the south of Mexico to Brazil and Trinidad. It is the only thing in the group of plants called Chlorophanes.
King Vulture
This bird is rare, big, and beautiful. It lives in lowland tropical forests, mostly in wilder areas where people don't live. Most often seen flying high above in the middle to late morning, often with groups of Black Vultures. Rarely seen sitting down. The adult has a colorful head and neck, white eyes that look right through you, and mostly white feathers with a black edge on the wings and tail.
The margay (Leopardus wiedii), also known as the tiger cat or tigrillo, is a small cat (family Felidae) that lives in South America, Central America, and sometimes in the southernmost part of the United States. We don't know much about the margay's daily life.
Resplendent Quetzal
Large, beautiful trogons that live in the mountains of southern Mexico and Central America. They live in humid evergreen and pine-evergreen forests. It is Guatemala's national bird, and the name of its money comes from it. Usually pretty shy, but can be seen quietly eating at trees with fruit. Males are easy to spot because they have long emerald plumes that flow behind them when they fly or blow in the wind when they are perched.
Royal Flycatcher
The brown flycatcher is a rare, medium-sized bird that lives in humid tropical forests in lowlands. Note the hammerhead crest, which is rarely fully raised to show a spectacular, flame-red and violet-blue fan. Also, notice the long bill and the pale cinnamon rump and tail.
Scarlett Macaw
This beautiful, big, long-tailed parrot has been hunted to extinction in most areas for the pet trade. In some protected areas, people are trying to bring it back to life. Found in small numbers in lowland rainforests and semi-open areas with big trees that are close by. Usually seen in pairs. The whole bird is a bright scarlet red color, and it has big yellow patches on its wings and a mostly blue rump and wings. Calls are loud, throaty roars that can be heard from far away.
Shining Honeycreeper
Small tanager that looks like a warbler and lives in lowlands and foothills. Found in moist evergreen forests and along their edges. Feeds at all levels, but mostly in the tops of trees and bushes that bear fruit or have flowers. The Red-legged Honeycreeper is more common, but this bird's bill is more curved and its tail is shorter. Also, pay attention to the yellow legs.

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