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(March 15–21, 2006)

Chiara Masiero Sgrinzatto

Abbey Fields

Isaac Martinez

Monteverde Cloud Forest

Monteverde, Costa Rica

March 21, 2006. 10:35 a.m. Local Time

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This is a hiking trail in Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. It shows the border of the all natural forest and the trail artificially made with concrete blocks.

In Spanish, Monteverde means "green mountain" and it is one of the most interesting and most popular tourist destinations in Costa Rica. Best known for the world famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, there are a number of other reserves and activities in this area. For nature-lovers and birders Monteverde is a natural destination.

This large reserve is one of the most outstanding wildlife sanctuaries in the Americas and includes eight distinct ecological zones. It protects more than 400 species of birds and over 100 species of mammals. In addition to the spectacular Resplendent Quetzal, you may see the endangered Bellbird, or Emerald Toucanet. There are also 30 species of hummingbirds in this protected area, with more than 60.000 visitors each year.

Latin America / Costa Rica

Lat: 10° 18' 6.13" N
Long: 85° 48' 54.41" W

Elevation: 5132 ft

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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