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Vincent Losasso

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Costa Rica Birding: Meet the Pale-billed Woodpecker

Some of Costa Rica’s species are more easily identified by sound than by sight. Mantled howler monkeys’ guttural roars are an easy example. The...

When in Costa Rica: Master Local Sign Language and Snack Etiquette

Just about everything is different between Guanacaste and Pennsylvania. The language is different. The food is different. Heck, the cows are even different. Many...

Costa Rica Wildlife: Meet the Ecuadorian Hermit Crab

First, find a beach along the Pacific coast and find yourself a comfy spot to sit. Next, you’re going to stare out over the...

Costa Rica Birdwatching: Meet the Yellow-Naped Amazon

Critically endangered species have dangerously few individuals remaining in the population which normally makes them nearly impossible for people to see. The yellow-naped amazon...

Costa Rica Bird Watching: Meet the Montezuma Oropendola

‘What am I hearing?’ That will most likely be your initial reaction to your first Montezuma oropendola interaction. I can distinctly remember the first time...

After A Decade in Costa Rica: An Expat Returns to Convenience Culture

It’s been over a decade since my wife and I decided to ditch our regular lives and move to Costa Rica for ‘one year’...

Margay: The Arboreal Feline of Costa Rica

Let’s meet the margay. This sleek, spotted cat is one of Costa Rica’s six species of feline and the most arboreal of the group. The...

Costa Rica’s Painted Bunting: A Spectacle of Nature’s Colors

Painted Bunting (Passerina ciris): colorful, unmistakable. That’s exactly how one of my Costa Rica bird books describes the painted bunting in the little blurb next...

Costa Rica’s Pérez Zeledón and a Bridge to Remember

One of the great things about living in Costa Rica is that it feels like a bunch of different countries stuffed into one small...

Costa Rica Wildlife – Meet the Keel-billed Toucan

With its oversized beak and incredible coloration, few species represent the natural beauty of Costa Rica like the keel-billed toucan. Let’s learn a little...

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