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Hotspot birding is a blog dedicated to birding in the Southwest. “Birding is hunting without killing, preying without punishing, and collecting without clogging your home. Take a field quide into the woods and you’re more than a hiker. Your a detective on a backcountry beat, tracking the latest suspect from Mexico, Antarctica, or even the Bronx. Spend enough time sloshing through swamps or scaling summits or shuffling through beach sand and you inevitably face a tough question: Am I a grown up birder or just another kid on a treasure hunt?” -Mark Obmascik
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Birding Costa Rica 4 day series

Posted Sunday 11th October 2015 at 22:16 by hotspot birding
Check out the latest blog post of my recent trip to Costa Rica..already have another trip booked in Jan!

http://hotspotbirding.com/blogpostde...sta-rica-day-1

http://hotspotbirding.com/blogpostde...sta-rica-day-2

http://hotspotbirding.com/blogpostde...sta-rica-day-3
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Birding Southern California

Posted Thursday 26th June 2014 at 00:06 by hotspot birding
Day 1

Traveling back and forth up the canyon road winding in and around mountains reminded me of when I was a child growing up in California when we went camping and I would get car sick every trip. I tried to avoid thinking of that, but in all honesty had to make a couple stops to make sure I didn’t barf. The 26 mile trip up to the Chairlo Visitor Center seemed much longer than I expected. The visitor center was empty and there were only a couple patrons driving in and out. I turned...
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Birding Mt. Lemmon – Rose Canyon Lake

Posted Tuesday 4th June 2013 at 17:32 by hotspot birding
After my early morning success at Bear Canyon Picnic area I decided to head up to Rose Canyon Lake. I often see sightings on lists for many birds I need at Rose Canyon Lake which helped to justify the $9 entrance fee. The Rose Canyon Lake entrance is a left hand turn about 5 miles north of the Bear Canyon Picnic area. It is at over 7000' in elevation. The lake surrounded by pine trees, rocks and water make it an ideal habitat for many of our Arizona mountain dwellers.
I pulled into the Rose...
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