Birds

In Costa Rica there are over 850 species of birds. Serving as an intercontinental bridge, one can find a great variety of native, endemic and migratory species, from both North and South America. In San Gerardo de Rivas, the terrain presents a grand spectrum of relief and elevations. Our proximity to Chirripó National Park and the wide variety of landscapes provide excellent habitat for the more than 237 species of birds identified, a number that increases each year.

See Bird List 2012

 


Turkey Vulture

Turkey Vulture

Family: Cathartidae

Circles the area flying at low or medium height...

Black Vulture

Black Vulture

Family: Cathartidae

This species is distributed across most of America, and is very common throughout Costa Rica ...

Scarlet-thighed Dacnis

Scarlet-thighed Dacnis

Family: Thraupidae

This bird has a thin pointed beak and a black hood; it is known for its red thighs...

Bay - Headed Tanager

Bay - Headed Tanager

Family: Thraupidae

Frequents the upper and intermediate levels of humid forests and nearby cleared areas with sparse trees...

Golden - hooded Tanager

Golden - hooded Tanager

Family: Thraupidae

Very common to the zone; can be seen in the gardens and open areas of our hotel...
 

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Tours

Chirripó Bird watching Package

Chirripó Bird watching Package

Observation of birds of the area...

Tours

TOUR # 3: TWO NIGHTS IN CHIRRIPO

TOUR # 3: TWO NIGHTS IN CHIRRIPO

Visit Chirripo National Park...
 

Videos

Hotel El Pelicano en las faldas del cerro Chirripó

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Environmental tips

In the Kitchen:

Use appropriate size pots and pans for your heating elements.

Whenever possible use a lid to retain heat.

Whenever possible use a pressure cooker, a slow electric cooker and electric coffee makers; these devices help to diminsh energy consumption.

Do not put hot or warm dishes into your refrigerator; in addition your refrigerator should be at least 5 cm from walls and never place a refigerator near a heat source such as an oven or stove.

Always try to purchase energy efficient appliances which are environmentally friendly.

 

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Local Attractions

Local AttractionsDiscover the local attractions found in San Gerardo de Rivas...
 

Biodiversity

Dusky-capped FlycatcherSmall, with a contrasting dark hood; lives along the borders and in open areas of the forest...
  • Name: Dusky-capped Flycatcher

  • Scientific name: Myiarchus tuberculifer

  • Family: Tyrannidae

  • Region: San Gerardo

 

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