If you are a serious birder or simply someone who enjoys the challenging of observing birds in their natural habits, then the following birding tours are right for you. Nature Specialist Birding Tours is dedicated to providing the finest birding excursions and tours of the varied landscapes of Costa Rica. Founded by birder and naturalist guide, Roy Orozco, Nature Specialist Birding Tours offers you the opportunity to enjoy some of the country’s bird live.
With roughly 25% of the territory dedicate to National Parks and reserves, Costa Rica offers unique birding opportunity in a natural, undisturbed setting. Costa Rica offers to birders lots of birds within relatively short distances, the wide variety of habitats – from tropical dry forest to the exuberant cloud forest, from lush tropical rain forest to sub-alpine paramo – makes Costa Rica home to one of the world’s richest concentration of birds; more than 870 bird species.
Furthermore. Costa Rica has a important number of endemic species ¨chiriqui endemics¨ this are share with Panama. Nature Specialist Birding Tours bring the best location for birding plus the convinience of private tour or small group size to miximize your delight.
Please take a look of the different one day or several days birding options Nature Specialist offers. The opportunity of discovery awaits you in Costa Rica, where the preservation of our natural resources will guarantee a unique travel experience.
CUSTOMIZED BIRDING TOURS
My goal is to increase your enjoyment of birds and nature! Nature Specialist offers individuals and groups the chance to take a tailor-made trip designed to meet your expectations of a birding adventure in Costa Rica.
I arrange for short and long birding trips throughout the year taking care of the full package, including accommodations and meals, transport and all along with the chance to have a professional birding guide to maximize your bird watching adventure. I will help you select the locations according to your preferences or type of birding trip you want.
There is not bad time to visit Costa Rica, and the best time will depend on your personal prioritie. The largest diversity of birds is found during the migration month, September and October, and March and April. The winter months also hold high species diversity, with the presence of many North American breeders. However, most of these migrants are low-priority birds compared with the tropical reseidens that are generally found within the country year-round. Weather is another factor. The dry season runs from December through April, but this only guarantees dry weather in the North Pacific region, For all other parts of the country, rain is still probable, although the amount and frequency are likely to be less than during the rainy season. The final consideration is expense. Most tourists visit during the dry season because it happens to correspond to the northern winter. Hotels, lodges, and rental companies refer to this as the "high season", and prices are usually raised during these months. Moreover, there will be larger crowds at the popular destinations like Poás Volcano, Arenal Volcano, and the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.
Barrett Lawson, A Bird-finding Guide to Costa Rica.