Recently, a post at the Matador travel site was posted that explained why birding isn’t just some hobby practiced by retired folks in their backyard. There’s a lot more associated with birding than seeing birds in the backyard especially when you travel to an avian rich country like Costa Rica. Come to Costa Rica and you will probably find it tough not to notice beautiful common garden birds like the Blue-gray Tanager,
and the exotic Blue-crowned Motmot.
When you take tropical forest hikes, your guide might show you beautiful birds like a Slaty-tailed Trogon,
big, purple hummingbirds like the Violet Sabrewing,
an Orange-fronted Parakeet,
or even the legendary Resplendent Quetzal.
Learn about and identify the birds you see in Costa Rica with the Costa Rica Birds field guide app. Want to check out a free version? No problem! Download the lite version of this birding app for Costa Rica for free.