A birder since the age of six, Leonardo Garrigues has been accumulating natural history knowledge and experience all his life. In addition to studying biology and forest engineering at the National University of Costa Rica, he has been involved in various projects on the Osa Peninsula, where he has helped monitor jaguars, white-lipped peccaries
and harpy eagles. He is also part of a team that is recording bird calls and other animal vocalizations in the Osa. Leo's guiding experience likewise began on the peninsula, where he led trips to Corcovado National Park. He has worked as local
guide at the famous Rancho Naturalista in Costa Rica, as well as Tandayapa Birding Lodge and Wild Sumaco in Ecuador. Leo now leads birding and natural history tours all over Costa Rica and is proud to be among Nat Hab's professional Expedition Leaders. In addition to his expertise about birds and wildlife, Leo also enjoys sharing his knowledge about Costa Rican history and culture with his guests.
Upcoming Adventures with Leo:
Natural Jewels of Costa Rica
Costa Rica Wilderness Explorer
Family Costa Rica Adventure