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Birding Data for Costa RicaThese data describe 703 species with geo-referencing information (latitude longitude) for 42 locations in Costa Rica. They are taken from the species lists presented in B. Lawson (2009; A bird-finding guide to Costa Rica. Comstock Publishing Associates and Cornell University Press. ISBN 978-0-8014-7584-9). This database is based on extensive fieldwork by B. Lawson and as described in his book. Here, these extensive species list data got geo-referenced via Google Maps. The resulting database described here consist of 4,829 rows and 8 columns (Page No,Site No,Site Name, latitude, longitude, SpeciesNo,SpeciestoExpect,Source) and is 969KB in size. The following locations were sampled: Arenal Volcano National Park, Bosque de Paz Biological Reserve and Lodge, Bosque del Rio Tigre, Braulio Carrillo National Park, Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Reserve, Cano Negro National Refuge, Carara National Park, Cerro de la Muerte, Diria National Park, El Copal Biological Reserve, El Rodeo (University for Peace), Esquinas Rainforest Lodge, Irazu Volcano National Park, Kekoldi Hawk Watch, Km 70 (route 2), La Ensenada Wildlife Refuge, La Paz Waterfal Gardens, La Selva Biological Station, Laguna del Lagarto Lodge, Lankester Gardens, Las Alturas, Las Cruces Biological Station, Las Heliconias Lodge, Manuel Antonio National Park, Marenco Beach and Rainforest Lodge, Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Oro Verde Biological Reserve, Palo Verede National Park, Poas Volcano National Park, Rancho Naturalista, Rara Avis Rainforest Lodge, Rincon de la Vieja National Park, Rio Negro, San Gerardo de Dota, Santa Rosa National Park, Selva Bananito Lodge, Talari Mountain Lodge, Tapanti National Park, The Coastline, The University of Costa Rica, Tortuguero National Park, Virgen del Socorro.