Palo Seco Forest Reserve
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Palo Seco Forest Reserve

Palo Seco Forest Reserve (Bosque Protector Palo Seco), is a rainforest preserve in Panama in Bocas del Toro Province.[1] The reserve was created in 1983 to be a conservation corridor linking Fortuna Forest Reserve and La Amistad International Park, and has an estimated area of 167.410 hectares.[2]

Popular with tree climbers, it includes nutmeg, and ceiba. The area is home to tarantulas and eyelash vipers.[3]Palo Seco means dry stick.[4]

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References

  1. ^ "Palo Seco Protection Forest". Bird Life International. Retrieved 2015.
  2. ^ "Palo Seco Protector Forest". Boca del Toro Tourism. Retrieved 2015.
  3. ^ Panama Sarah Woods page 285
  4. ^ Palo Seco Coins of Panama

Coordinates: 9°03?N 82°27?W / 9.050°N 82.450°W / 9.050; -82.450


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