Sunday Snapshot | Wildlife on the Osa | Costa Rica

Wildlife on the Osa

 

It seems you don’t have to go far to find wildlife in Costa Rica. Nature is what the country is most known for and for good reason. It’s everywhere! No place is this more apparent than the Southwestern region of the Osa Peninsula. We’ve raved about how amazing the Osa is before so we’ll spare you (if you missed it you should definitely check it out!)

These are just a few of the animals we’ve seen over the past few weeks. In clockwise rotation starting from the top left: Scarlet Macaws, Chestnut-Mandibiled Toucan, 2 Toed Sloth, Capuchin Monkey.

 

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Meet: Dan Moore


Dan is the photographer, social media strategist and second half of the A Cruising Couple team. He has been living and traveling full-time in various countries since 2011. His award winning photography has been featured on National Geographic, CNN and New York Times Travel.

4 Comments

  1. They are all gorgeous and I cannot say which one is my favourite. You guys are so lucky to be able to see wild animals without having to chase them or going to specific restricted areas, it’s amazing and it’s something that would make me happy. Enjoy! 🙂
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  2. brilliant shots!

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