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Birding Costa Rica, Part 1 (All Regions) Snowcaps, Sunbittern & Tails of Quetzals

Series: Birding Costa Rica Volume: 1
By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 105 min, aspect ratio: 16:9
Birding Costa Rica, Part 1 (All Regions)
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The small Central American country of Costa Rica is renowned for its incredible biodiversity. It supports around 870 species, plus a wealth of other fascinating wildlife. Birding Costa Rica is a two-part birding travelogue exploring the country's rich and diverse avifauna.

In part 1, Snowcaps, Sunbittern & Tails of Quetzals, we visit the picturesque Savegre Valley, the highlands of Talamanca, the Central Plateau and study the birds of the Caribbean slopes. Part 2, Squawking Macaws & Tales of Toucans, continues the birding adventures visiting many other bird-rich regions and habitats.

The ideal film if you're planning a trip or wish to relive cherished memories of a visit.

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Series: Birding Costa Rica Volume: 1
By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 105 min, aspect ratio: 16:9
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