Spaces Open on Costa Rica Birding Tour- Tanagers, Antbirds, Great Potoo and Other Tropical Birds!

November 8, 2018

Thinking of birding in Costa Rica in January or February? How about seeing several tanager species, Ocellated Antbird, Great Potoo, Sungrebe and many other birds during a week of birding in high quality rainforest and wetland habitats? Our Untamed Northern Costa Rica Tour is a short yet bird-packed trip that offers one fantastic day of birding after another and we still have space for several participants!

 We hope to find the strange Sungrebe while birding the Cano Negro area.


Since this tour is focused on sites with high quality forest, chances are good for many uncommon and common birds during this tour including these twelve beautiful species:


Great Curassow


White Hawk


Great Potoo


Striped Owl




Black-crested Coquette


White-fronted Nunbird


Great Green Macaw


Ocellated Antbird


Emerald Tanager


Crimson-collared Tanager


Nicaraguan Seed-Finch


Whether birding in Central Park, the Amazon, or untamed Costa Rica a birder never really knows which birds will show. That said, this tour includes sites that increase the odds for connecting with such rarities as Black-eared Wood-Quail, Bare-necked Umbrellabird, Yellow-eared Toucanet, Nicaraguan Grackle, crake species and raptors among other challenging birds!


This tour starts on February 8th and ends on February 16, is set to go, and the birds are waiting! Will January work better? We also have space for the same itinerary from January 8 to January 16. Contact us at to learn more about this excellent birding Costa Rica today.


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