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“Late August and early September are a special time of the year at Las Brisas: this is when Cerulean Warblers are found using the Reserve as a vital stopover site during fall migration!  Our research shows that Las Brisas is probably the most important stopover site for this threated migratory species in Costa Rica.”


Ernesto Carman co-founder of the Conservación Reinita Cerúlea – Costa Rica (Cerulean Warbler Conservation-CR).

Las Brisas Reserve is a perfect place for birdwatching. Here is a glimpe of some of the species.




For a full list of species:

Snowcap (Microchera alborocoronata)

Emerald Tanager (Tangara florida)

Cerulean Warblers  (Setophaga cerulea) at Las Brisas Reserve.



V Annual Cerulean Warbler Count  (2013)

IV Annual Cerulean Warbler Count  (2012)

Royal Flycatcher (female)

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