First pictures of the Wildcat Project Cameras at El Remanso

El Remanso Lodge participates in the local wildcat project, led by biologists Aida Bustamante and Ricardo Moreno. Weekly presentations to our guests show the work of these passionate conservationists who work hard to protect the endangered cats on the Osa Peninsula. As part of their study, pictures are taken with camera traps all over the Osa Peninsula to monitor the population of jaguars, pumas, ocelots, margays and jaguarundis. El Remanso has purchased 4 of these camera traps that are installed on the trail system of the lodge. Here are the first pictures of an ocelot and other animals too: Older pictures from last year include several pumas.