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Vultures

In Costa Rica, we can find four different kinds of vultures. The famous Black vulture, the Turkey vulture, the King vulture and the Yellow-lesser vulture.

Alexander Skutch, birds and much more

Events South Pacific Lodging Architects & Construction Dining Attractions Real Estate Surf Transportation Wellness Indigenous Culture Alexander Skutch, birds and much more ~ by Susana García Alexander Skutch was the most famous Neotropical ornithologist of the 20th…

Interview with a Biologist Specialized in Birds

Events South Pacific Lodging Architects & Construction Dining Attractions Real Estate Surf Transportation Wellness Indigenous Culture Interview with a Biologist Specialized in Birds ~ by Dagmar Reinhard What’s your occupation, Susana? — “I’m a biologist specialized…

An Unfortunate but Happy Scarlet Macaw

~ by Mike Graeber Meet Ruby, one of our two scarlet macaws here at Alturas Wildlife Sanctuary (AWS). This beautiful, young bird has had a very painful life because of things done to him by heartless human beings. Ruby…

The Massif of Life

~ by Luis Humberto Galera – Photo Mario Wong Cold and strong winds blow on the plains at Buena Vista Hill, the official name of the feared massif better known as “Death Hill”; this is ironic, since its hillsides…

Environment & Wildlife, Sierpe in Osa, Costa Rica: Very Special for Sighting Wildlife!

Sierpe in Osa: Very Special for Sighting Wildlife!

Sierpe de Osa is a rural village surrounded by gardens, farms, rivers, estuaries, and the rainforest. Squirrel monkeys, as well as howler and capuchin are aware that they can find plenty of fruits, leaves, insects, and other delicious snacks. One of their ever-favorite is wild guava, of which there are many in the Blue Channel.

Visit the South Pacific & Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Corcovado National Park

Events South Pacific Lodging Architects & Construction Dining Attractions Real Estate Surf Transportation Wellness Indigenous Culture Corcovado National Park, Osa Peninsula: Cradle of Biodiversity By Luis H. Galera Photos by Amigos Area Conservación Osa Corcovado…

Costa Rican’s Version of the Wild Turkey

~ by Jack Ewing Please Don’t Eat One for Thanksgiving or Christmas… The Great Curassow is the largest bird in Path of the Tapir Biological Corridor. An ornithologist who, in 1996, was assessing avian diversity in the corridor,…

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Bird watching

Texto & Foto: Douglas Trent San Josecito is a community in Uvita; it is located on Peninsula de Osa, and has the highest potential for bird watching tourism in Costa Rica. The forests and parks of San Josecito…