Palo Verde National Park
Marshlands, brackish and fresh water rivers and mangrove swamps surround this tropical dry forest that make the perfect ecosystem for the variety of bird species found here. There are trails that will take you along the best viewing areas of the park and overlooks to give visitors the opportunity to get some great photos. The Organization for Tropical Studies operates a Biological Station in Palo Verde and offers lodging, meals and tours.
|Temperature||Ranges from 60ºF to 90ºF|
|Precipitation||70 to 120 inches annual average|
|Location||Guanacaste Province, North Pacific Region|
|Created||30 April, 1978|
National Reserves and Refuges around Palo Verde National Park include Mata Redonda Refuge, Laguna Madrjgal Refuge, Taboga Forest Reserve and Lomas de Barbudal Biological Reserve