|Red-Lored Amazon Parrots|
Beginning on the 16th I'll be blogging daily from our our two safari locations; first Lookout Inn, overlooking the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, will be our hosts as we explore and photograph along the palm-lined beaches, mangrove lagoons and the jewel of the Osa, Corcovado National Park. I can't wait to shoot the sun rise as it highlight the waves and the brown pelicans that cruise along them. Besides the pelicans we'll have plenty of waders, shorebirds, raptors and much, much more. Lookout Inn is known for its abundant, cooperative Scarlet Macaws.
Our next stop will be the Bosque Del Cabo Rainforest Lodge. The lodge is located at Cabo Matapalo on a high bluff above the Pacific Ocean. The lodge offers unprecedented access to both primary and secondary rainforest from numerous trails radiating from the lodge grounds. The trails can provide a short 10 minute walk or an all day adventure. Here we'll be looking for the four species of new world monkeys, the Squirrel, Capuchin, Spider and Howler, as well as keeping our fingers crossed for a chance to photograph one of the resident Puma that have been spotted on the ground recently.
From Bosque we'll also be traveling across the Gulfo Dulce to the Rio Esquinas to photograph along its mangrove-lined shores in search of the American Crocodile.
Up coming posts will include photo tips, tricks and how to's from the field and daily images from the wilds of the Osa!
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Talk to you soon from Costa Rica!