O.T.S. La selva Sarapiqui

O.T.S. La Selva   Day Tour. Guided tour of the Organization for Tropical Studies field station La Selva. La Selva is an internationally recognized center for tropical rainforest research and education. Scientists, students, and natural history visitors from around the world come to discover, learn, and experience the extraordinary richness of its dynamic forest. With a strong base in systematic biology and evolutionary ecology, research at La Selva has diversified to include ecosystem level studies, bio diversity inventories, global change research, soil science, and applied forestry. Within the Station one can find over half of all the bird species native to the country, sloth, howler monkeys, butterflies, amphibians and reptiles

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