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Whilst helping some macaw researchers I got to climb this monster..... which was nice. Its a mountain almond (Almendro). Dipteryx panamemsis

 

 

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This is in northern Costa Rica, close to the Nicaraguan border. Researching and monitoring the Great Green Macaw habitat/behaviour. Its fascinating

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1 hour ago, Dendrophile said:

This is in northern Costa Rica, close to the Nicaraguan border. Researching and monitoring the Great Green Macaw habitat/behaviour. Its fascinating

Well looks like a nice part of the world. Never been that way. Have heard about it though. Lucky you.

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28 minutes ago, David Humphries said:

Nice Rob, looks better than cold wet climbing in London in March.

28 minutes ago, David Humphries said:

Nice Rob, looks better than cold wet climbing in London in March.

 

 

Thanks David. Its very wet but certainly not cold. Great project to be involved in. Ill post a blog on here about it when I eventually come back

 

 

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