Field Guide to the Birds of Costa Rica
The principle objective of this book is to help the reader correctly identify birds in Costa Rica. Each family of birds is introduced by a brief description that should help the novice birder determine to which group a bird belongs. Nearly every species is illustrated by one or more images, as needed.
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adult advanced second growth bill birds breast Cano Negro region Caribbean lowlands Caribbean slope Central Valley color common at middle common in Caribbean common in northwestern Common in wet common NA migrant Costa Rica CR and western crown dark diagnostic distinguished Endemic Endemic to CR Euphonia eye ring Fairly common feathers flight Flycatcher forest and adjacent forest edges gray Guanacaste Cordillera Gulf of Nicoya habitat Hawk Hummingbird levels of forest levels of mature lowlands and foothills male Manakin mangroves mature forest mature wet forest middle elevations middle levels Miravalles Volcano mixed flocks montane Nightjar northwestern Pacific open areas Pacific lowlands Pacific race Pacific slope Panama perches plumage range overlap rare rufous rump Sandpiper similar southern Pacific species streaked stripe tail Tanager throat Tilaran Cordillera timberline Trogon uncommon underparts Vireo Warbler western Central Valley western Panama wet lowlands Whistles wing bars winter resident Woodcreeper Woodpecker Wren yellow