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Birding Costa Rica, Part 2 (All Regions) Squawking Macaws & Tales of Toucans

Series: Birding Costa Rica Volume: 2
By: Malcolm Rymer
Runtime: 105 min
Birding Costa Rica, Part 2 (All Regions)
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This film Squawking Macaws & Tales of Toucans completes the two-part travelogue Birding Costa Rica. We visit the world-renowned La Selva Research Station in the Caribbean lowlands, travel through the Eastern highlands, bird the forests around the Arenal Volcano and visit the cloudforest of Monteverde.

Palo-Verde in north-western Costa Rica is the next region to demand our attention before exploring the Tarcoles Estuary and Carara Biological Reserve of the central Pacific Coast.

The first part of the travelogue Snowcaps, Sunbittern & Tails of Quetzals contains an introduction to Costa Rica's species-rich birdlife and then visits different regions discovering an amazing range of wildlife.

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: 2
By: Malcolm Rymer
Runtime: 105 min
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