Our online Osa Peninsula field guide is powered by iNaturalist, it is completely free to use and puts a tour guide in your pocket! Here, you can explore our photography, find information about different Osa Peninsula species, and even upload and identify your own observations. We have recently created our own project on the site and we encourage visitors and tour guides alike to make use of this wonderful resource. We aim to create the most comprehensive catalog of species available, from fungus to blue whales and everything in between. Use the quick links below to explore or add your observations and download the app for Android or iPhone.
We will be adding more guides based on the latest scientific observations, so please check back soon!
Please note that the photographs we have uploaded here are for research and education purposes only. If you are interested in purchasing full-resolution copies, please contact us.