February 2017: We traveled from Monteverde Rain Forest to the west coast, then up to La Paz Garden. We finally made it to Poas Volcano via La Virgen and La Selva Biological Reserve . What a wonderful country and what warm, beautiful people. AND the birds were incredible! Alphabetically A – D :
A – B : Azure-hooded Jay , Baltimore Oriole , Bananaquit , Bare-throated Tiger-Heron , Barred Becard , Barred Hawk , Bay-headed Tanager , Black-bellied Hummingbird , Black-billed Nightingale-Thrush , Black-breasted Wood-Quail , Blackburnian Warbler , Black-capped Pygmy-Tyrant , Black-cheeked Warbler , Black-cheeked Woodpecker , Black-cowled Oriole , Black-crowned Antshrike , Black-crowned Tityra , Black-faced Nightingale-Thrush , Black-faced Solitaire , Black Guan , Black-necked Stilt , Black Phoebe , Black-thighed Grosbeak , Black Vulture , Black-throated Trogan .
B – C : Blue-and-white Swallow , Blue-black Grosbeak , Blue-crowned Motmot , Blue Dacnis , Blue-gray Tanager , Boat-billed Flycatcher , Broad-winged Hawk , Bronze-tailed Plumaleteer , Brown Jay , Buff-throated Saltatore , Chestnut-capped Brush-finch , Chestnut-headed Oropendola , Chestnut-sided Warbler , Cinnamon Hummingbird , Clay-colored Thrush .
C – D : Collared Aracari , Collared Redstart , Collared Trogon , Common Black Hawk , Common Chlorospingus , Common Ground-Dove , Common Tody-Flycatcher , Coppery-headed Emerald , Crested Guan , Crimson-collared Tanager , Crimson-fronted Parakeet , Crowned Woodnymph , Dusky-capped Flycatcher .