Cloudbridge Nature Reserve

High in a Costa Rican cloud forest, in the valley below Mt Chirripó, a unique conservation venture is under way.
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve
Cloudbridge Nature ReserveSunday, September 17th, 2017 at 9:36am
Some crazy bugs being attacked by a fungus woo.
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Community Carbon Trees Costa Rica
It's a fungus ... it's a bug... it's an alien or a wizard? Name that bug!! Go! Tag your friends!!! Happy Saturday Tree Friends! Friends on Instagram on my @treejenny account called it so many funny things! Lets see who is the entomologist here! Www.communitycarbontrees.org
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Cloudbridge Nature ReserveThursday, September 7th, 2017 at 10:29am
August was highlighted with amazing presentations by students from The Netherlands, France and England. We also had a great Ocelot sighting. Read all about it on last month's blog! | Agosto fue destacado con super presentaciones de estudiantes de Holanda, Francia e Inglaterra. También tuvimos un gran Ocelote avistamiento. ¡Lea todo sobre en el blog del mes pasado!
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Cloudbridge Nature ReserveTuesday, September 5th, 2017 at 3:45am
Cable TV came to cloudbridge last month. Check out the episode they made here.
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CloudBridge y Hotel el Descanso... Programa Andando
Explore este lugar en las faldas del Cerro Chirripó,especial para esas caminatas rodeadas de cataratas,jardines,senderos, etc,con un potencial en flora y fau...
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Cloudbridge Nature ReserveTuesday, September 5th, 2017 at 3:08am
A great (short) video explaining the increase in the probability of severe storms due to climate change.
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What Everyone Gets Wrong About Global Warming
Throughout this video I say "probability curve" when a statistician would say "probability distribution." I just want to say that I'm aware of this, and that...
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Cloudbridge Nature ReserveSaturday, September 2nd, 2017 at 7:03am
While not as rainy overall as May and June, July and August saw our two largest single rain events this year with 54 and 62 mm of rain falling in a single day. While a little more unpredictable in August, the hours before noon are still your best chance to avoid the rain.

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