Wild times in the rainforest

Lawrey, Katherine
October 2015
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;10/15/2015, p44
Trade Publication
The article offers the author's insights on rainforest exploration in Costa Rica. Topics discussed include the Selvatura Park in Monteverde, the social aspects of environmental management, and the biodiversity management. Also mentioned are the management of national reserves in the country and the importance of wildlife management.


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