Exploring Corcovado National Park
At long last I returned to Costa Rica! I loved my 2005 trip there, and have been wanting to go back ever since. Nearly four years later I finally made it.
Based at Sirena Ranger Station in the heart of Corcovado National Park, my somewhat wet two week stay was highlighted by two encounters with a family of pumas, some nice opportunities to photograph all four of the park's monkey species, a couple of short photo sessions with a red-eyed tree frog and poison dart frog, and of course several other encounters that weren't documented due to weather or other factors.
I hope you enjoy the photos, which I've split into four different sections:
Wildlife & Scenery (37 photos)
Read about the details of the trip in the Trip Summary.
View images and video from my other Costa Rica trips.
Special thanks to my guide Felipé, Corcovado researcher Andrés Vega, and Christer Björkman, EvaLotta Nordqvist and the SLU student group for helping make this a fun and memorable trip.