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Enjoy the Osa experience:

sunrise at Osa Biodiversity Center in Piro, ...listen to it!

Osa Sounds is a project developed through the collaboration of people committed to biodiversity conservation on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. The Osa Sounds recording project has compiled a data base of recordings from different animal groups including birds, amphibians, insects and both terrestrial and marine mammals. All samples have been recorded on the Osa Peninsula and are kept in storage as digital high quality audio files.

Photos by Alan Dahl


Rufous-winged Woodpecker (Piculus simplex)

Endemic from eastern Honduras to western Panama


Photo by Lou Hegedous 

Hear the sounds of a Rufous-winged Woodpecker nestling being fed by its parent in the cavity of a tree trunk


 Turquoise Continga (Cotinga ridgwayi)

Endemic from Costa Rica and western Panama


Photo by Garrett Parkinson

Listen to the high pitched vocalization of a male Turquoise Cotinga while feeding on a fruit tree

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