Tag Archives: tropical ecology

The Glorious Yellow-billed Cotinga

It was just a flash that caught my eye, high in a fruiting nutmeg tree. 9 Jan. 2018: I was out behind my cabina, doing my morning peruse of the primary rainforest that borders the garden when I noticed some … Continue reading

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New Blog! Rainforest life at Saladero Ecolodge

So I’ve started up a new blog on Saladero’s website all about the life and tropical ecology that surrounds us here at the edge of the rich Golfo Dulce, nestled in the primary rainforest of Piedras Blancas National Park. In addition … Continue reading

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Pura Vida, Indeed: StaceBird’s New Video Podcast!

Here goes, folks..   And for my next video to come, I’m going to go more in-depth and give ya’ll a firsthand view of the loudest terrestrial mammal, second only to the Blue Whale! And no, it’s not me..pwahah. While … Continue reading

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