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Tortuguero bird count tallies a record 221 species

The bird counters were out in force, gliding along the muggy canals of Tortuguero in boats like ordinary tourists, but they were on a mission. About 40 bird experts spent the day Jan. 29 tracking 12 areas to make a list of the 221 species they found in the Tortuguero region – a record high for this annual bird count.

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Böëna Costa Rica Culinary Experience

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Fine dining at Böëna sets a new bar for eating well in the wilderness

The dining experience at the four hotels of Böëna Wilderness Lodges is currently undergoing a gastronomic transformation led by a Greek culinary director and a Costa Rican executive chef.

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Tortuguero classes teach kids to play the music of their roots

The children are banging on drums, congas and tambourines while Marlo Cabezas sings “Nowhere Like Limón,” tapping on a cowbell as he conducts his miniature orchestra at the Centro Comunal in Tortuguero.

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Birdwatching at Monteverde, Costa Rica: Look up!

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Birdwatching at Monteverde, Costa Rica: Look up!

If you’re interested in seeing birds, you might want to make space on your calendar for Monteverde, Costa Rica, one of the most iconic destinations in the world for avid birders.

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Female Empowerment at Böëna

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Female Empowerment at Böëna

Stop by any of the four Böëna Wilderness Lodges, and you may notice there are a lot of women running the show. In fact, this collection of four exclusive ecolodges has become a bastion of female empowerment, with women in half of the top management positions.

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Lapa Rios gives Corcovado’s guardians a helping hand

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Lapa Rios gives Corcovado’s guardians a helping hand

Corcovado National Park is Costa Rica’s largest and wildest protected area. Covering approximately 424 square kilometers (164 sq mi), the park harbors twelve life zones and is home to roughly 2.5 percent of the world’s biodiversity.

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