Tree Boas Population Study
The tree boa, Corallus ruschenbergerii, is an endemic species of the south pacific of Costa Rica, is one of the most active boas based on their diet mostly birds and lizards. This animal depends on the mangroves to move and hunt, because their nature and habitat use, the reserve started to work with this species since 2015.
As part of the research we are going to conduct night walks in the forest to spot and catch boas, to measure them and tag individuals by use of pit tags.
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