By being here, I’ve had a chance to see many changes from week to week, month to month: I’ve welcomed the arrival of rare birds that visit our forest at specific times of the year to forage, seen changes in what plants and trees are flowering or fruiting, followed the courtship and nesting periods of different bird species in relation to food availability, enjoyed the presence our familiar northern songbird migrants (which will soon be heading back north to breed!), followed the movement of the various
species of monkeys that move in troops throughout the forest as well as the occasional sloth that occupies our cecropia tree and I have continually observed with fascination and glee a seemingly endless variety of life that traverses the forest, garden and of course our beautiful Golfo Dulce…here at Saladero, there’s always something new going on and there’s still oh so very much yet to be discovered.
this breathtaking paradise that already was Saladero into an even more magical corner of the earth where people can come learn about and be one with the forest & the sea while experiencing all of the wild complexities that makes this a part of one of the most biologically intense places in all of the world. May it forever carry the heart and soul that was so dearly put into the beautiful entity that is Saladero Ecolodge. And what an unbelievable honor to have had this chance to add a bit of my own love to the mix.