A bellbird’s-eye view of the Bellbird Biological Corridor

By Stephanie Sidoti

MONTEVERDE, Costa Rica — The Bellbird Biological Corridor, known in Spanish as the Corredor Biológico Pájaro Campana, includes about 163 acres of land from Monteverde to the Gulf of Nicoya. The corridor project was started as an effort to help protect the habitat of the migratory three-wattled bellbird, which can be heard calling from the forests of Costa Rica.

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One thought on “A bellbird’s-eye view of the Bellbird Biological Corridor

  1. Kevin Meyer says:

    I eagerly anticipated seeing brilliantly evocative photos of the natural beauty of Costa Rica – and was not disappointed. Looking forward to more…

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