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From tips & techniques to location & gear reviews, to conservation issues.
Bird Species Spotlight: Montezuma Oropendola
by Jake Jacoby | April 11, 2021

In January 2020, I had the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica in Central America. I departed from Tampa, changed planes in Miami and then arrived in San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica. The Costa Rica Colon is the country‚Äôs currency and was named after Christopher Columbus. The currency bills depict the wild animals and birds of Costa Rica and are both colorful and beautiful. Continue reading »

Bird Species Spotlight: Crested Barbet
by Jake Jacoby | December 31, 2020

In 2017, my brother Mitch and I had the opportunity to stay in the Mala Mala Game Reserve in South Africa. As previously reported, this game reserve is the largest private Big Five game reserve in South Africa and comprises some 35,000 acres and also shares a 12-mile unfenced border with Kruger Nation Park. Continue reading »

Bird Species Spotlight: Guira Cuckoo
by Jake Jacoby | November 28, 2020
I saw my first Guira Cuckoo on the ground in the grasslands of Brazil in 2018. These cuckoos are frequent visitors to drier habitats, such as second-growth scrub, scrub savannahs and woodlands, pampas, pastures, fields and coastal dunes. They are very social birds and live in groups of 6 to 8 individuals, although as many as 20 birds in one flock have been recorded. They are very noisy birds and make a wide variety of noises, including yodels, guttural calls, gargled trills, and whistles. And, like other cuckoos, they give off a very strong odor. Continue reading »
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