30 de septiembre de 2019

The Story of Whale and Dolphin Evolution

After many months of work, our Whale and Dolphin Evolution blog project has been released! Learn about this 55 million year long story through the text, video, interactive map, images and info-graphic. This has been a truly fascinating project for us, and we hope that you will have fun exploring.

We welcome feedback from all the Cetacean-mad folks out there. Don't forget to add your observations to our project to make our nature guides and bog projects even more accurate!

http://www.gringocurt.com/story-whale-dolphin-evolution/

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18 de junio de 2019

Crazy for Cetacea

Ok, so we went a little crazy with our Whale and Dolphin investigation blogs this week. Check out our Central American Spinner Dolphin observations, followed by a comprehensive blog about Humpback Whales, and lastly an explanation of responsible marine tourism in Costa Rica (links below).

We are still working on or epic Whale and Dolphin Evolution blog, but we hope to be done next week. Stay tuned, as we are very excited to release it.

http://www.gringocurt.com/fishing-techniques-offshore-spinner-dolphins/
http://www.gringocurt.com/best-place-whale-watching-costa-rica/
http://www.gringocurt.com/environmentally-responsible-marine-tours/

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17 de mayo de 2019

Whale & Dolphin Citizen Science

The second installment of our Whale and Dolphin blog was released today. Stay tuned for real stories and scientific facts about cetaceans. In the next two weeks you can look forward to Spinner Dolphins, and an interactive look at 55 million years of whale evolution!

http://www.gringocurt.com/dont-eat-pilot-whales/

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10 de mayo de 2019

The Cetaceans of the Osa Peninsula

Calling all Whale and Dolphin enthusiasts! We have a new blog, where we will be telling all our best Drake Bay cetacean stories, along with species facts, videos, photos and much more! Take a look and stay tuned for weekly episodes! Fist up, we talk about False Killer Whales (Pseudorcas).

http://www.gringocurt.com/theyre-not-killer-whales/
http://www.gringocurt.com/category/whales-and-dolphins/

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28 de febrero de 2019

Free Interactive PDF Field Guides

Using all the fabulous information on iNaturalist, we are in the process of creating free, downloadable PDF field guides for Drake Bay and Corcovado. Each guide includes photos, common names in English and Spanish, scientific names and links to the iNaturalist species pages.

To date, we have created guides for Drake Bay Village birds, marine mammals, land mammals and sport fish. We hope to soon be adding Mangrove birds, lizards and butterflies.

We would love for our friends and followers to take a look and let us know if you have any suggestions, information or local photos to add. Check it out here: http://www.gringocurt.com/osa-wildlife/

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