Field Guide to the Birds of Costa Rica

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Christopher Helm, 2007 - Birds - 387 pages
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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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Contents

Curassows Chachalacas Guans
10
Spoonbills Ibises
26
Falcons
48
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Richard Garrigues has been birding since the age of sixteen, when a

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