Osa Birds partnered with Tropical Wings and the Biological Monitoring Group of Rancho Quemado to restore fragmented and degraded habitat.
Osa Birds works with Osa communities to monitor bird population tendencies through citizen science and engaging kids and adults in organized bird counts.
Education is woven into everything we do! We raise awareness of bird conservation and habitat protection within the local schools and communities through and community events.
It's that time again! This year the American Ornithological Society’s committee on Classification and Nomenclature of North and Middle American Birds (the NACC) published its new 64th supplement. Changes in taxonomy of birds are due in large part to new genetic...
Perched on an open Cecropia branch and drenched in the late afternoon sun, the Fiery-billed Aracari lights up like a semaphore showing off its rich yellows, reds and tangerine orange hues! Fiery-billed Aracari | (Pteroglossus frantzii) | Family: Ramphastidae (Toucans)...
This black beauty softly floats around the forest edges almost going unnoticed, but pay attention and its melodic song and he will pull you in. White-winged Becard | Pachyramphus polychopterus | Family Tityridae Citation: Kent Livezey, XC370170. Accessible at...