This is another of our private reserves and has its origin in the farm where one of our pioneers, Alexander Skutch, lived. It is located in Quizarra, in Perez Zeledon and has a museum of belongings this prolific ornithologist, surrounded by a botanical garden.
It is a bird sanctuary of great diversity, as it covers altitudes between 800 and 3820 meters above sea level.
Amongst the most valuable species are: Turquoise Contiga (Cotinga ridgwayi), Golden-naped Woodpecker (Melanerpes chrysauchen), Baird’s Trogon (Trogon bairdii), Black-hooded Antshrike (Thamnophilus bridgesi), Orange-collared Manakin (Manacus aurantiacus), Riverside Wren (Thryothorus semibadius), Spot-crowned Euphonia (Euphonia imitans), tanagers and antbirds.
Los Cusingos has an extension of 78 hectares with a trail that is almost 2 kilometers long.
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