Costa Rica

Three-toed sloth, Costa Rica

Photo of the Day: A Slow Climb

Scott Nielsen was photographing butterflies in Costa Rica when he spotted a young three-toed sloth slowly descending from the tree top. Sloths live in the forest canopy, but they have …

Join Campus Ecology in Costa Rica!

Full of adventure, beauty, captivating culture and rich biodiversity, Costa Rica is a prime location to deepen your connection to Campus Ecology peers while studying global warming, sustainable travel and …

Study: Warmer Climate Is Sending Species Uphill

University of Connecticut ecologists studying plant and animal movement in Costa Rica are finding that species may move up mountain slopes as the climate warms but areas left behind will …

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