CAVU Contributes in the Creation of a Biological Corridor

By April 11, 2011Costa Rica

Earlier this year CAVU collected a series of vertical geo-referenced images in and around the Manuel Antonio National Park and the Paso de la Danta Biological Corridor (The Path of the Tapir) along the Costa Rican Pacific coast. 

The detailed record will be shared with the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Telecommunications (MINAET) to aid them in the establishment of a new biological corridor that will tie these two important areas.

The area is home to a wide variety of animals, such as sloth, iguanas, peccaries, armadillos, coatimundis, scarlet macaws, tapirs, different monkey species and roughly 350 bird species as well as a variety of lizards and other insects.

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