Pinnated Bittern at The National Refuge of Caño Negro Costa Rica

Pinnated Bittern at The National Refuge of Caño Negro Costa Rica.

It is hard to see birds in Caño Negro. But it is possible to spot especially when the water level is at mid-level. The ecosystem of Caño Negro makes it difficult to see this bird. But if the water level is ok, we have very good chances.

During your private birding trip to Caño Negro Refuge, we will try to get at close as possible to floated grassy area, where the Pinnated Bittern likes to hide. We will normally have a neck and head coming out from the grass, but steady as a stick.

The National Refuge of Caño Negro is a Great Hotspot Where to watch birds in Costa Rica. It should be on your Birding routes in Costa Rica.

Get more information about Birding vacations in Costa Rica by following these links:

Hotel de Campo Caño Negro – Costa Rica. It is the place to stay when your visit the refuge of Caño Negro

Birding in Caño Negro – Costa Rica . This is the tour operator of Hotel de Campo. Here is where you can directly organize your birdwatching tour in Caño Negro.

Birding in Costa Rica Tours. A trustful travel agency for Private birding trips or birding on your own in Costa Rica

Boat tours in Caño Negro – Costa Rica. be sure to visit Caño Negro Refuge when you opt for a 1-day tour to the Refuge of Caño Negro

The Original Caño Negro Refuge – Costa Rica

The National Wildlife Refuge of Caño Negro – Costa Rica

Vacation Rental in Caño Negro – Costa Rica

Moving to Costa Rica at the Refuge of Caño Negro

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