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Zoology Workshop

from $45.00

In alliance with La Cotinga Biological Station, you will learn from a vivid expert about life on earth at one of the most biodiverse places on the planet; the Osa Peninsula!

  • Activity Level Fairly Easy
  • Group Size Large Group
    2-19
All about the Zoology Workshop.

La Cotinga Biological Station was born as a project inspired by the research and conservation of the natural resources of the Osa Peninsula, through the generation of educational and scientific experiences.

From the hand of the renowned zoologist and researcher devoted to the study of animal life you will learn about the structure, embryology, evolution, classification, habits, and distribution of all animals, both living and extinct, and how they interact with their ecosystems.

Zoology makes a huge impact on our world through the scientific study of the evolution, anatomy, physiology, behavior, habitats, and health of animals and humans. ... By studying animals we develop a better understanding of how we, ourselves, function and interact with the world around us.

Things to bring: Insect repellent, sunblock, tennis shoes, comfortable long pants, flashlight, reusable water bottle, hat or cap, handkerchief, camera, binoculars. 

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Local Guide
  • Lunch
  • Water & Coffee
What's not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the price. These can be added as an extra.
  • Transport
  1. Day 1 Zoology Workshop

    6:00 a.m. Welcome to La Cotinga6:10 a.m. Theoretical talk at the La Cotinga facilities.6:30 a.m.  Day walks to observe animals.10:30 a.m. Visit the pond looking for wildlife.12:00 m.d. Lunch at La Cotinga1:00 p.m. Interactive activities.2:00 p.m. Walk to the forest.4:00 p.m. End of the unique learning experience.

Great place for nature immersion, located in Guadalupe de La Palma de Puerto Jiménez and right next to the Corcovado National Park. What were once cattle pastures are now part of a program of regenerative processes in the forest, to create biological corridors between highly important forested areas and with the hope of creating a buffer zone area for the park’s unique flora and fauna.

 

 

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