Accompany Grand Valley Audubon on a birding excursion
in the Osa Peninsula to seek out the spectacular abundance of avifauna, flora, and wildlife inhabiting the primary and secondary rainforest. Hike through Corcovado National Park—the largest national park in Costa Rica—and observe the area’s richness in biodiversity, learn about conservation initiatives, explore Caño Island, and search for water and shore birds along the Tárcoles River on this 8-day journey through a natural hub for wildlife and beautiful scenery.
• Go birding in the primary rainforest of Corcovado National Park.
• Visit Caño Island Biological Reserve and watch for Osprey,
Cattle Egret, black hawk, and phalarope.
• Enjoy a whale watching tour with a local expert from
the KETO foundation.
• Search for white-faced capuchin and spider monkey
in the Barú National Wildlife Refuge.
• Look for Double-striped Thick-knee, Roseate Spoonbill,
jacanas, and ducks along the Tárcoles River.
COSTA RICA TRIP
Osa Peninsula | Grand Valley Audubon | Sept. 1-8, 2021