Massive Assault on the Osa
New Video: Fight for the Rio Tigre
In the heart of Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, one of the
most biodiverse places on earth, a pristine stream emerges from the rainforest of Corcovado
National Park on a short run to the beautiful clear waters of the Golfo Dulce.
The stream provides a home for fish, shrimp, frogs, turtles, and river otters. It is also essential to
the small community of Dos Brazos, whose residents depend upon ecotourism and artisanal goldmining for their livelihood.
The richness and beauty of this habitat attracts birdwatchers and other ecotourists from all over the world.