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A TRULY UNIQUE COSTA RICAN ECO-LODGE 

 

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Recent Event - The 2020 Christmas Bird Count 

The 2020 Christmas Bird Count in Sarapiqui took place on December 19, 2020. This local Christmas bird count began in 1985. It has an area of 452 square km. In this first count, 290 species and 5,792 individuals were reported. The central point of the circle, whose radius is 12 km., Is from Magsasay Post, 2.7 km to the South on the Peje River.

 

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Team Sarapiqui birding on a suspension bridge October Big Day

Global Big Day – May 8, 2021 – An Opportunity to Support Many Great Causes at Once

We are very happy to once again team up with the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) and the naturalist guides of Sarapiquí to do an incredible GBD that supports conservation by supporting the La Selva Biological Station / OTS, the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center, and the naturalist guides as well.

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11 costaricafeb08 131 300x201Gallery: Mixed Flock Brings Uncommon Avian Visitors

Recently, our staff observed a mixed-species flock of birds near the bungalows, which included some avian visitors that are normally difficult to see at such close range.

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Team Sarapiqui birding on a suspension bridge October Big Day

Global Big Day – May 8, 2021 – An Opportunity to Support Many Great Causes at Once

We are very happy to once again team up with the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS) and the naturalist guides of Sarapiquí to do an incredible GBD that supports conservation by supporting the La Selva Biological Station / OTS, the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center, and the naturalist guides as well.

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The Selva Verde Story

Selva Verde began with one woman's dream of preserving nearly 500 acres of endangered tropical forest and the multitude of species that call it home.

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