In BI217 we spend two weeks visiting tropical forests in three amazing, unique and distinct regions within Costa Rica. We stay at biological stations in lowland jungle on the Carribean slope and cloud forest high in the mountains near the continental divide. In the dry tropical forest of the far northwest of the country we stay at a national park.

You can find more details here. Please email me if you have any questions about the trip!
(singler at franklinpierce dot edu)

Photos from BI217 in June, 2013

Check it out -
multiple adult male Three-wattled Bellbirds
on the same branch!

Video of four Bellbirds taken through a spotting scope by Miranda Mantello.

Photos from the January, 2011 trip

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Dr. Rhine Singleton
Professor of Biology & Environmental Science
Franklin Pierce University, Rindge, NH 03461
You can contact me at: singler at franklinpierce dot edu