Not all human activities are harmful to nature – sometimes people create wonderful facilities that are becoming important shelters for animals. This is the case with two artificial tunnels located on the banks of the River Terraba. The tunnels, designed to
Surveying caves is now a piece of cake for us thanks to the donation of Idea Wild! Now we can create maps of the caves that we discover way faster thanks to the DistoX laser distance meter, upgraded with a
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
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
We started the field work for 2016 on 2nd January with the Corredores Cave near the town Neily. The conditions were perfect – low river level and dry weather – very important for visiting cave with underground stream such as
We started the project field work in December 2015 together with the experienced cavers from the Anthros Group. Our small expedition was held between 26 and 28th December around the town of Neily. The main goal was to find and explore