The sloths can be found in almost all of Costa Rica, no one wants to leave Costa Rica without seeing a sloth. You will see them in the trees, crossing the road or sleeping in a almond tree by the beach.Because in Costa Rica there is an abundance of wildlife, incredible waterfalls, active volcanoes, stunning beaches, lush tropical forests. It is recommended that you choose a guided tour with an … [Read more...] about Where in Costa Rica can you see sloths?
National Parks near me is a list of 5 protected areas near Central Pacific/Jaco, Costa Rica. Costa Rica created a network of national parks since 1970’s, which has beenadministered by SINAC since 1994. This is a department of the Ministry of the Environment and Energy in charge of the maintenance, organization and strategic planning of all protected areas in the country. In Costa Rica you … [Read more...] about National Parks Near Me
Collared Forest Falcon is a common specie in the lowlands of the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, located from the northwest región of Guanacaste to the deep rainforest of Osa Peninsula. Locally is common in general terms yet does not means is going to be easy to see. It calls very early in the mornings even before sunrises. It’s incredible flying skills in the forest makes it a keen hunter in both … [Read more...] about Collared Forest Falcon
Raccoons (Procyon lotor) are mammals with a high capacity for adaptation. They are mainly nocturnal, but they can be seen occasionally active during the day, especially when they care for juveniles or find the opportunity to access some source of food. The crab-eating raccoon or South American raccoon (Procyon cancrivorus) is a species of raccoon native to marshy and jungle areas of Central and … [Read more...] about Raccoons
Bird calls at the office. Location: Tarcoles Main Office. During an early morning before our guests arrived we decided to stand in the sun for a few minutes just to make sure that our english birdwatchers were not missing our office. It was a normal day full of bird calls on the adjacent property next to the roadside about 20 meter or less away from the door. Suddenly our photographer … [Read more...] about Bird calls, do you recognize?
El tepezcuintle o Cuniculus Paca (nombre científico), es un mamífero neo-tropical nocturno también conocido como Tepezcuintle cuyo nombre significa del náhuatl tépetl 'monte' e 'itzcuintli' perro. Aunque el Tepezcuintle o paca está muy lejos de ser un perro, ya que pertenece a la familia de los roedores. Esta especie de rata gigante sin cola y moteada es vegetariana en su dieta entre … [Read more...] about Tepezcuintle o Coniculus Paca