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Liven up your classroom with the animals of Costa Rica’s Pacuare Reserve—a working research station tucked away in dense tropical forest along the coast of the Caribbean Sea. Pacuare Reserve and the surrounding canals are rich in wildlife, with more than 300 recorded species of animals, 3 species of monkeys, over 200 species of birds, and rare species such as the jaguar. This poster highlights just a few of these animals and was designed by a high school student from Missoula, Montana.

Fill out the form below to receive your free poster in the mail. (Sorry, only available to mail in the U.S., while supplies last.)

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While you wait for your poster, you can:


Learn more about Pacuare Reserve and the research happening there to protect leatherback sea turtles, primates, felines, and more.


Use the data being collected at the Reserve in your classroom curriculum or help monitor actual camera traps in the forest by downloading the Costa Rica curriculum on the EPI Classroom.


Discover Pacuare Reserve firsthand! EPI’s Costa Rica field programs give students the chance to travel, collect data alongside Reserve staff, and make a positive impact on wildlife and the ecosystem. 

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