Category Archives: Cantaros Chronicles
They burst out of the understory and crossed the forest trail right in front of my dog, Melba, and me–about only eight feet away. Two identical bush dogs moving as if one animal–small yet powerful, self-contained, undeterred in purpose in … Continue reading
At Finca Cantaros over the years since 1994, we or our visitors to the reserve have observed mammals small and large. From the more frequently seen squirrels and agoutis to armadillos, coatis and opossum, such fauna are a welcome addition … Continue reading
Yesterday an extended family came to the Cántaros store–grandparents, parents, and two kids from Chicago. They flew into San Vito’s airstrip in the early morning on a chartered plane. (The airstrip is not yet open for scheduled commercial flights.) They … Continue reading
We have added a photo gallery of some of the wide variety of flora on the Finca. Click here to go directly to this new page.