So we came here after a rainy morning at the hanging bridges which was very scenic but didn't have a whole lot of wildlife, I assume due to weather. This was considerably smaller but it did give us the chance to see many butterflies and tiny frogs up close as well as several birds and sloths in the trees. They also have a new building dedicated to Maleku culture with masks for sale and a short (~5 min) presentation about their language and culture by a native who was able to arrange a trip for us to the reservation the next day. The center was about a $5 taxi ride from downtown in the opposite direction from the volcano lodges so might be a little hard to get to but we thought it was worth the short visit. As we were leaving several kids adopted trees so I assume the admission fees go to their conservation efforts.
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