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How do I buy the best binoculars for travel?

Especially when traveling for ecotourism and/or adventure (or also for attending events), a good set of binoculars is a boon - an not i…

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 23, 2020

Choosing the right binoculars for birding

Especially if you're birding or wildlife viewing on your travels, good binoculars are essential. But choosing the best ones for your needs…

Started by EnLinea Media

0 May 19, 2018

4 key tools for birdwatching

Birding usually does not involve lots of fancy equipment like other outdoor activities. All you need is your vigor to search for different…

Started by Tripatini

0 Oct 22, 2017

St. Maarten's latest attraction is really for the birds

Nothing wrong with joining the crowds at Maho Bay to stand about five feet under jumbo jets coming in for a landing (what could possibly g…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jun 27, 2017

Panama's new wetland wildlife refuge A birdwatching bonanza

Panama is well-known for its famous Panama Canal, the modern Panama City, and its idyllic islands. Now, thanks to a newly created wildlife…

Started by Tripatini

0 Mar 23, 2015

Birding in Costa Rica's northern plains

If you think bird-watching is, well, “for the birds”, then you haven’ttraveled to Costa Rica. The first time you see a brilliant flash of…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jun 1, 2014

What makes Costa Rica a birdwatching powerhouse

If bird-watching is your passion, then you definitely want to add Costa Rica to your “Top 10 list of places to go birding.” The small Centr…

Started by Tripatini

0 Feb 15, 2014

Off the resorts reservation - getting close to the birds of Jamaica

Jamaica has of course long been in the forefront of Caribbean tourism trends of massive resorts and the type of visitor attractions design…

Started by Tripatini

0 Sep 2, 2013

Tropical Birdwatching in Costa Rica's Carara National Park

One of the most brilliantly beautiful tropical birds is definitely the scarlet macaw (Ara macao). Its loud, raucous squawks carry for miles…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 26, 2013

on our blog: 'Christmas Bird Count' Soars in Costa Rica for 2012

A historic number of 417 different bird species, and 12,665 individual birds, were identified in a 24-hour period – the highest number regi…

Started by Tripatini

0 Dec 27, 2012

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