Tom Enderlin

Tom Enderlin

Jul 13, 2021

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About This Project

Northern Costa Rica, once a vast swath of lowland rainforest, has seen large-scale habitat disruption in recent years. Fortunately, the riparian habitat along the Río Frío remains relatively intact, and preliminary camera trap surveys have demonstrated the presence of large terrestrial keystone species including jaguar and Baird's tapir. This in-depth camera trap survey aims to demonstrate the importance of this threatened rainforest habitat as a biological corridor.