In Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica, the most sought after animals are the big items like Baird’s tapir, puma, and if you are really lucky the reclusive jaguar. Same goes with the birds. Most people are looking for the chestnut-mandibled toucan or the scarlet macaw as they are big and beautiful. Corcovado has a wealth of bird and animal species, so don’t forget the small one beauties like the violaceous trogon found near Sirena Ranger Station. While taking some pictures of a troop of spider monkeys, this little guy flew up and landed within twenty feet.
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