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Tapanti National Park: Because of its geographical position, this park is affected by constant cloud formation. The forest is lush, rich in epiphytic plants, mosses, orchids, and a dense understory. This incredibly biodiverse region houses an incredible 360+ species of birds, including Antpittas, Hummingbirds, Finches, Woodquails, Tanagers, Euphonias, Eagles, Trogons, and Owls. With a large main trail bordering both secondary and primary forest, Tapanti is the perfect place for birders who are looking for the challenge of finding those elusive species such as Sharpbills, Monklets, Antpittas, Woodquails, Quaildoves, and perhaps a beautiful soaring eagle. Randall Ortega, our lead guide and owner, an expert in behavioural birdwatching, has spent an incredible amount of time in this park and knows it better than anyone. He is sure to guide you on an incredible journey here! One of the most amazing qualities of this park are its mixed flocks, which can arrive at any moment: a true birding delight!
Birding Highlights: Lanceolated Monklet, Azure Hooded Jay, Scaled Antpitta, Prong-billed Barbet, Black Guan, Ornate Hawk Eagle, Lance-billed Hummingbird, Ruddy Treerunner, Chiriqui Quail Dove, White-throated Robin, Black and White Becard, White-throated Spadebill