Birds for Beer
You bring the beer, I'll bring the birds. (Birding from the slopes of the Turrialba Volcano, Costa Rica.)
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Birds for Beer?
Bird banding at CATIE
Expeditions and Counts
In My Patch
San Antonio Bird Checklist (My Patch)
CATIE Turrialba Bird Checklist
Espino Blanco Checklist
Two of three Costa Rican Tody-Flycatchers
Band-backed Wrens return to our garden
Notable November birds – 2018
Pectoral Sandpiper at Angostura
Costa Rica’s only truly migrant hummingbird
Yellowlegs – but which one?
Hummingbirds at Quelitales, Cachí
Three beautiful bright-red birds in our area
Three common highland flycatchers – and a flatbill!
Big Day – Great Black Hawk at Rio Tuis
Highland endemics: Black-thighed Grosbeaks and others at the Turrialba Volcano
Spotted Barbtail – spotted today!
Wood-Rails – Confusion over the recent split
White-winged Becard and Ochre-bellied Flycatcher – ID problems
Bicolored Hawk, sitting pretty
Hook-billed Kites back at Aquiares
White-tailed Kite hovers over San Antonio
An early arrival – Swainson’s Thrush
Good news and bad news: Back in San Antonio de Turrialba
Green Ibis – courtship display
Scarlet-rumped Tanager is back
Great White Egret in Somerset, England
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