The Orchid Rescue Center at The Guaco Forest Farm, Caletas, Osa, Costa Rica.
The Native Orchid and Epiphyte Rescue Center.
Giant trees or branches frequently fall into and then run down the Agujas River. Just before the salt water kills the incredible amounts of air plants growing on the fallen timber, they are saved and taken to the Native Orchid and Epiphyte Rescue Center, at a rustic home on a breezy jungle hilltop at Big Milpa, adjoining the Agujas River right where the freshwater ends and the salt begins. The center overlooks the fragrant, sweet sounding and gorgeous Birdsong Valley and the green canopy of ancient giants called Jaguar Forest. email firstname.lastname@example.org for your reservation or check out Rio Agujas Kayak.
Copyright 2010 Costa Cetacea Shawn Larkin
A rescued orchid growing in its new home at the Guaco Forest Farm in Caletas near Drake Bay, Osa peninsula, Costa Rica
This Titi monkey and his troop have been visiting the orchid rescue center at the Guaco Forest Farm for many years. Caletas, near Drake Bay, Osa
Great White Hawk at the Orchid Rescue Center, Caletas, Osa
Is that a leaf or something else? There are many things to see at the Orchid Rescue Center, Caletas, Osa, Costa Rica
A bird, plane or a monkey? Orchid Rescue Center at the Guaco Forest, Caletas, Osa, Costa Rica