• Cielo Vista

Three’s company

March 3, 2018

For an intense hit of nature’s beauty, look no further than these wonderful scarlet macaws whose vibrant colors brighten up the scene. This distinctive bird species can be found on the surroundings of Carara National Park on the Pacific coast as well as the area surrounding Corcovado National Park on the Osa Peninsula.

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