Birdwatching Around the World: Costa Rica - Online

Sponsored by Mass Audubon Education
December 21, 2021 (Tuesday) 9:00-10:00am








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Costa Rica is known for its biodiversity, as the concentration of species continues to increase as you get closer to the equator. The concentration of habitats in the small country is also intense, and you can gain access to these unique areas virtually with the help of an expert in Costa Rican life zones. See some of the fabulous birds and other critters whose evolution has been driven by tropical ecosystems, learn why such a small area can be home to so many species, and how maintenance of strong democratic principles has helped Costa Ricans double the forested area of the country in the past 30 years.

Meet your presenter:

David Moon, Environmental Educator, has taught tropical ecology in Costa Rica regularly since 1991, beginning with a Costa Rican non-profit, as well as ongoing classes for Franklin Pierce University.

Travel around the world learning about birds and other amazing animals from the comfort of your home. Immerse yourself in the incredible and diverse bird life found in Central Asia, Central America, and South America. Each of these areas support rich avian biodiversity, many species of which are endemic.

Mass Audubon's international tour guides will take you on a virtual tour of these areas and the fascinating bird world found there.

Join us for one, some or all!

Instructions and Directions:

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Mass Audubon Education
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Lincoln, MA 01773
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