Tag archives for Bird Watching

Everyone in Boquete knows that Pipeline Trail is the best place to spot resplendent quetzals–those glorious, almost mythical trogons with bright-red breasts and long feather-boa tails. We couldn’t see them, but their loud, clear voices told me that they were nearby. I imagined the fantastical creatures perched high in the trees around us, delighting in their innate ability to hide.

Bird Watching in Taiwan

Traveler alumnus and Travel Telegraph blogger Emily Haile is spending the next several months in Taiwan, and she sent us a note from her new home. Before I left home, I looked on Flickr for some photos of Taiwan and was immediately captivated by the photographs of John&Fish. When I arrived in the city, I…