Costa Rica is a birder’s paradise; the country has a wealth of biodiversity in its lush rainforests, verdant wetlands, cloud forests, and coastal plains. Over 900 bird species including endemics and migrants can be found in this diverse and friendly Central American country. Birders from all over the world “flock” to Costa Rica to explore and enjoy its natural history and abundant opportunities for learning and experiences.
Join Mario Cordoba, a Costa Rican native, for a Zoom presentation on the Birds of Costa Rica. Mario has been birding since childhood and guiding for over 25 years. He has guided numerous trips for birding groups and international natural history organizations such as the National Audubon Society, Bird Watcher’s Digest, National Geographic Society, Road Scholar and the Sierra Club in Costa Rica, Panama, and Ecuador. Mario will be leading a Costa Rica birding trip for the Lahontan Audubon Society in February 2022. This Costa Rica birding trip will be introduced in the Zoom presentation. Sign up below! After registering you will receive an email confirmation with the link to the Zoom meeting.