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This guide has practical and inspirational nature-watching advice to help you explore.
There are 742 species of bird that are found in Costa Rica (ignoring vagrants, very rare birds and birds that cannot be realistically identified with current identification guides). In terms of numbers of species and the size of the country this is one of the best places in the world to go birdwatching! A single holiday to Costa Rica can easily give views of hundreds of species of colourful birds. Mammals include the agile and inquisitive coati, loud and entertaining monkeys, agouti that resemble large rats, large but stealthy tapir and wild cats including Ocelot and Jaguar. On the author's visits to Costa Rica he has seen well over half the possible species of birds and also mammals including Jaguar: the information to help you to do the same is included in this guide.
Maps, GPS coordinates, trail descriptions, wildlife lists, photographs, illustrated wildlife-watching activities and general wildlife-watching advice are organised by location to help you plan and then enjoy your visit.
If you decide to travel independently, the maps, self-guided walks and illustrated wildlife-watching activities will help you explore once you get there.
This guide has been designed specifically as an eBook. From the table of contents, every article can be found intuitively. Every article has links forwards and backwards: Anywhere can be a starting point for your journey through the guide. The maps are optimised for electronic readers and are usable even on smaller screens.