Natural History of Costa Rica BIOL 48OC / ENVST 48OM.
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Natural History of Costa Rica BIOL 48OC / ENVST 48OM An introduction to the natural history of Costa Rica: ecology, geology, plants and animals, with special emphasis on ecosystems of the Atlantic Coast. Meet the indigenous BriBri people, search for sea turtles at Tortuguero, explore jungles, rivers and the active Arenal volcano. DATES: 7/18/09 – 7/31/09 LOCATION: Rendezvous: San Jose, Costa Rica INSTRUCTORS: Hank Fabian & Joe Zermeño Merritt College Open to all students interested in learning about the natural history of Costa Rica For more info contact: Hank Fabian, 510-436-2616, firstname.lastname@example.org White Tent Bats (Ectophylla alba) White throated Capuchin Monkey (Cebus capucinus) Michael with Blue Morpho (Morpho granadensis) Keel-billed Toucan (Ramphastos surfuratus) Note: A course fee applies in addition to the course registration fee. Contact instructor for fee information