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CRBJ is a dedicated company to conservation and wishes to make an effort to become a responsible travel company.
By donating $1 US per bird sighted and $0.50 per specie heard during the length of trips longer than 10 days a non-profit organization committed to the preservation of all Costa Rica’s avifauna and its natural habitats. All monies will be directly donated to it with an attached list of the birds observe by the participants, their names, contact information (if possible) and they will be added on to CRBJ web page call “contributors”. A link to the conservation organization with a clear statement on where their money has gone to or an email address for further information.
All birding list most be posted within 2 weeks after the tour last day and will be posted as a pdf with photographs of both participants and some birds capture during the trip.

Motmots 6 species for Costa Rica
junio 30, 2020
Confined to Tropical America with a rare fossil found in Swiss forest. 6 Genera with 9 species in which 5 Genus and 6 species are found in Costa Rica. In the Pacific Lowlands only two are located T...
Balsa Tree
enero 15, 2021
Balsa trees grow naturally in the humid rain forests of Central and South America. Its natural range extends south from Guatemala, through Central America, to the north and west coast of S...
Tanagers and Allies
enero 16, 2021
None can resist the beauty and diversity of Tanagers. They are the second largest family of birds in the Americas and only found in our continent ranging from Canada to Argentina.  As of July 202...
Birding Hot Spots
enero 25, 2021
Costa Rica Focus Birding Hot Spots Why these locations? We have chosen all our 10 ten birding sites based not only on experience of 30 years; we let the side the gimmicks and focus on what it real...
Hummingbirds of Costa Rica
febrero 1, 2021
Costa Rica hummingbirds are found from the coastlines up to 3820 meters above sea level at our highest point called mount Chirripo. Their impressive adaptations to extreme drops of temperature at ...