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Vincent Losasso

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Costa Rica Birding: Meet the Yellow-headed Caracara

Today we meet the yellow-headed caracara, a fairly new resident of Costa Rica that has an intimate relationship with another, far larger species of...

Costa Rica Wildlife: Meet the Yellow-bellied Sea Snake

Costa Rica is home to one species of sea snake, the yellow-bellied sea snake. These snakes are highly venomous, pelagic, and ovoviviparous. Let’s get...

Carmageddon in Costa Rica: Vehicle Ownership and Tales of Woe

Along with ‘Where am I going to live?’ and ‘How am I going to learn Spanish?’, ‘How am I going to get around?’ is...

Snakes in Costa Rica: Meet the Blacktail Cribo

While having dinner last night with friends from the US who are here vacationing in Guanacaste, I was presented with a common question, “You’re...

Costa Rica Camera Trap Experience – Come Check Cameras with Me

Around five years ago after I started my camera trapping adventures through Guanacaste Wildlife Monitoring I found myself alone, deep in a forest in...

How a Tiny Parakeet Named Verde Changed My Day

In the area of Guanacaste where my family and I have lived for the last 12 years it is almost impossible to go through...

Costa Rica Birdwatching: Meet the Barred Hawk

Sometimes it can feel as though the time of wildlife discoveries is in the past. Sure, there are probably some insects or other tiny...

Costa Rica Wildlife: Meet the Central American Spider Monkey

Some animals seem perfectly designed for their environments. Dolphins’ streamlined bodies appear excellently adapted to slipping through the waves just as magnificent frigatebirds’ long wings make...

Caught on Camera: Meet Charizard, the King Vulture with a Tracking Tale

The number of camera traps I have in the field at any one moment varies with the number of projects I have. Right now,...

Costa Rica Birding: Meet the Lesser Ground-Cuckoo

The cuckoos are a family of birds that always pique my interest. I can hear groove-billed anis at this moment exclaiming ‘tijo, tijo…’ to each other...

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