Osa Peninsula is Costa Rica’s most remote place and one of the wildest places on Earth. For many years this area was a shelter to gold diggers, who lived isolated in the rainforest, hoping to find a treasure, digging the
On this link you can find the final report for your funding from the Rufford Small Grant Foundation.
An international caving expedition around the Bayano lake, Panama, was held from 11 fo 15 Janyary 2017. Researchers from The USA, United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Costa Rica, Poland, France and Bulgaria attended the expedition. Five members of the “Anthros” group
The cave of the lost lagoon (Laguna Perdida) was discovered by the rangers in the “Piedras Blancas” National Park. They asked the “Anthros” Speleological group to support the exploration of this new cave. Due to the rainy season, the trip had
On this link you can find survey about the caves in the region Brunca. Please fill it and help us find out more about your oppinion about the caves and bats. Thank You!
This weekend – 30.04 – 01.05. 2016 the Anthros Speleological group together with the Brunca Bats Project team organized a workshop for introducing caves and caving activities to interested people in Golfito. The participants of the event were ten students
We tested the thermal imaging as a method for the study of bats during our latest expedition on 14th April. We used a thermal camera FLIR in combination with an Android tablet. Our goal was to observe areas in the caves,
In collaboration with Brunca Bats project , Anthros Speleological Group is holding an introductory workshop to caving, aimed at the public, students and interested in learning about the underworld, who want to learn how to study and protect caves. Dates: Saturday, April 30
The caving expedition “Quebrada Roman” was held during the Holly week in Costa Rica – 19-26.03.2016 in the Roman Valley near the town of Rio Claro. Fourteen people participated in the expedition with different ages, background and professions, united by
Caves are different types, depending on how they are formed. The most common type is the Solutional caves. Caves from this type are formed due to the existence of three conditions – water soluble rock such as limestone, salt or