Reforestation and Restoration of the Forest

Despite the last few decades the scarlet macaw population has started to increase, the species still classifies as ‘under extinction’, according to the wildlife conservation regulation. The efforts have been successful in recovering and growing the species and its habitat in the Central Pacific area, but there is more room for persistence and further growth. The idea is that the species is no longer vulnerable or at risk.

Considering that the emblematic species is a priority of the bioligical corridor, we approached the situation with different strategies that were successful to the recovery of the species.

The community of the scarlet macaw (Ara macao) and its relationships with other species of Costa Rica’s tropical rainforests

Acciones para la conservación de la Lapa