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    Visit Alajuela And Discover An Ideal Place For Bird Watching

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    Costa Rica is a country recognized for being a paradise for bird watching lovers. In search of exploiting that attribute and especially that of the Alajuela area, the Chachagua Rainforest community created a tour next to the Children’s Eternal Forest. During the two-hour tour, you will be able to see about 63 species of birds.

    “A guide explains about the geographical location of the reserve and the different species it houses; their eating, migratory and reproductive habits”, commented Johnny Hidalgo, tour coordinator.

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    Species present

    Regarding the species that can be observed, Hidalgo indicated that the King Vulture, Tragones, Hummingbirds, Toucans, Aracarí, Blue Heron, Green Honeycreeper, Orange-chinned parakeet, Montezuma Oropendola, among others can be found.

    The tour has a cost of US $ 40 per person and starts at 6:00 a.m. Those who wish to do so, can reserve their space through the email: [email protected].

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