Costa Rica Birding with Renowned Author Richard Garrigues

Costa Rica Birding with Renowned Author Richard Garrigues

Feb 27, 2014|Birding| by administrator

If you and your family are interested in discovering the exotic wildlife and culture of Costa Rica, join the Audubon Family Birding and Nature program where parents, grandparents, and children can all partake in the adventure!

This program will be lead by none other than Richard Garrigues, the author of The Birds of Costa Rica: A Field Guide (Cornell, 2007). Richard has been birding since the age of 16, when a Black-and-white Warbler—walking up a tree trunk just a few feet away from him in his suburban New Jersey home—made a lasting impression. Since 1981, he has lived in Costa Rica, where for more than 25 years he has been leading birding and natural history tours.

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The field guide Richard Garrigues co-wrote is fitting for both novice and expert birders, and covers more than 820 species of both resident and neotropical migrant birds. Featuring plenty of photos and descriptions, the field guide is portable and extremely user-friendly.


In order to join this program lead by a true expert in Costa Rican birding, please visit our webpage on the Costa Rica Audubon Family Birding and Nature Program.

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