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Birders like to keep a record of what they’ve seen, and the Sarapiquí Eco Observatory has made that much easier. In the north-central town of La Virgin, Costa Rica, this new American-owned observatory expands over 10 acres and contains around 200 species of birds. Sought-after broad-billed motmots and golden hooded tanagers can’t resist the feeders, which are in prime position for visitor photographs. 

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Sarapiqui Eco Observatory

Birders like to keep a record of what they’ve seen, and the Sarapiquí Eco Observatory has made that much easier. In the north-central town of La Virgin, Costa Rica, this new American-owned observatory expands over 10 acres and contains around 200 species of birds. Sought-after broad-billed motmots and golden hooded tanagers can’t resist the feeders, which are in prime position for visitor photographs.