Millions of people around the world could not imagine starting the day without a cup of coffee. Coffee production plays a major role in the economy of a number of Central and South American countries, including Costa Rica, where ongoing research has highlighted the role local birds play in protecting one of the most lucrative crops in the world – coffee…
The Rainforest Discovery Centre will once again by hosting the Borneo Bird Festival that is a noteworthy event for bird watching enthusiasts all over the world. The festival is held to promote and develop both eco-tourism and bird watching in the country, and two books in regard to birding will be launched from well known [...]
Not many people know much about Guyana. This sleepy little country shares its borders with Venezuela, Suriname and Brazil. Despite the fact that its neighbors are well-known, Guyana tends to stay rather isolated from commercial endeavors. And perhaps that is a good thing â€“ for it may well be the reason why this small part of South America is a birderâ€™s paradise!
As the southernmost country of Central America, connecting the North American and South American continents, the Republic of Panama is located on an isthmus with the Caribbean Sea to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. Panama boasts many places of natural beauty that attract tourists from all over the world, and is home to around 950 species of birds, making bird watching in Panama an exciting experience.