Costa Rica which means "rich coast" in Spanish, is home to a large variety of plants and animals.   It is home to many national parks and protected areas.   More than 840 species of birds have been identified in Costa Rica. As in much of Central America, the bird species in Costa Rica are a mix of both North American and South American birds. The abundance of fruit trees, many of which bear  fruit year round, are very important to the birds.  Some survive on diets that consist only of one or two types of fruit. As you travel in Costa Rica, a keen eye may see a sloth on a branch or hear the haunting call of a howler monkey. Blue morpho butterflies, as well as many others can be found;, and, colorful fish, sharks, rays, dolphins and whales thrive offshore.  It is a conservationist's dream!

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