Tuesday, November 29, 2011

La Selva Biological Research Station

Buenos Dias!

Today we travelled to La Selva Biological Research Station which is a huge (almost 1800 hectares - a little over two acres each) tropical research station responsible for much of the worlds biological research done in the tropics.  We worked on an invasive species project, planted some native ornamentals and took a hike into the forest where we had to cross another swinging bridge that was easily over 200 feet long.  On the hike we saw toucans, peccaries (wild sort-of pigs), strangler figs, huge trees, and we got up close to some Howler Monkeys!

Here are some of the pictures:

Srangler Fig
Owl Butterfly

400 year old tree

Immature Basilisk Lizard

Swinging Bridge

Howler Monkey!
 I have been having some computer problems but hopefully I will be able to keep posting.

Have a great day!

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