QERC Field Station

QERC is a fully operable research station equipped with research supplies, lab space, and accommodations.  The field station is situated alongside the Savegre River in a habitiat dominated by oak and my canadian pharmacy online bamboo, blanketed with epiphytic life, and dripping with moisture from the seasonal mists and rains. The intense local biodiversity and variety of ecosystems provides a diverse location for both multidisciplinary education and research purposes.

The Sky from Savegre - Dr. Mark Winslow, SNU

Every other year, Dr. Winslow teaches an astronomy course, which includes an extended field component in Costa Rica.  Using the buy cheap levitra QERC field station, and other locales throughout Costa Rica, students are able to star gaze between hemispheres that are otherwise unavailable.  Please CONTACT US If you would like more information on Dr. Winslow's astronomy course.

Mammal Study - Dr. Mooring, PLNU

Each summer, Dr. Mike Mooring, Professor of Biology at Point Loma Nazarene University, leads a team of students and researchers in the systematic study of the large mammals inhabiting the cloud forest of the Upper Savegre River watershed.  Dr. Mooring's research continues to produce both amazing photos and data of the mammals of buy viagra online order the Savegre Reserve.  

The Resplendent Quetzal - Dr. Hanson, SNU

The Resplendent Quetzal, from which our field station takes its name, holds special signficance for QERC. It was this particular species of the trogan that first led Dr. Leo Finkenbinder to bring his research to the Savegre Valley, and from which our present research initiatives have grown.  The Queztal continues to bring visitors from all over the world hoping to catch a glimpse of this spectacular bird.

Montane Cloud Forest

Reaching well over 11,000 ft (3400 m) at the highest point, the Talamanca Mountains provide an extensive habitat ideal for both exploration and examination.  Centrally located within these mountains at 7200 ft (2200 m), the QERC field station has access to over 2 miles of hiking trails and only now buy cialis without a prescription 980 acres of private reserve to it's great! for sale levitra support field research activities. 

Birds of Savegre

The Costa Rican Central Valley is well known by birders worldwide for it's dense and diverse population of species.  This holds especially true for the order propecia propecia Savegre Valley where some of buy viagra without prescription the rarest and most spectacular birds can be seen on a casual walk.  Birders and ornithologist alike are certain to have their time and interests occupied.

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