Re: birding-aus Costa Rica

To: "elanus" <>, "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus Costa Rica
From: "The Dam Lamb Service Clan" <>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 22:02:28 +1100
        What's this!!! Another major birding trip--and this time OS!!!!! I
am consumed with envy. Do you really think it will be as good as a SunCoast
BOG outing to Mary Caincross Park?  Well, maybe-------------

            Enjoy. When do you head off?

                     Russ Lamb
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From: elanus <>
To: birding-aus <>
Date: Monday, 17 January 2000 6:53
Subject: birding-aus Costa Rica

>We are making preparations for a trip to Costa Rica. Some of the group
>members may be able to assist with advice.
>We have had quite a few birding holidays overseas, and usually make our
>own arrangements regarding travel, accommodation and so on. Since
>neither of us speak Spanish, and we are also unsure of safety aspects in
>Central America (although we understand that Costa Rica is as safe as
>there is in that region), we are considering using a tour company
>instead this time.
>Does anyone have any advice about the pros and cons of private travel in
>Costa Rica, particularly with regard to making arrangements in English?
>Or any other suggestions regarding wildlife visits?
>Bob James
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