This past July, I visited Veragua Rainforest Park with Daniel Torres and Andres Daves. Both are great birders and passionate about their professions. I highly recommend it is a birding destination as well as a family destination. They have beautiful facilities and excellent habitat. The Frog exhibit and reptile vivarium are state of the art. They have a dark room to walk through with a guide to look for frogs. Their butterfly reasearch and collection are amazing.
They have reports of seeing the sulphur-rumped tanager, white-fronted nunbird, and bare-necked umbrella bird.
Veragua is 12km south from the Liverpool entrance near Limon. Very nice middle-elevation habitat.
I saw the following in a short period of time. I'm definately going to return to seek out the elusive sulphur-rumped tananger.....Lance
Western Long-tailed Hermit