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Heading to Central America? Here's my packing list for backpacking Central America solo!

Heading to Central America? Here's my packing list for backpacking Central America solo! Travel Tips.

Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) at Jurong Bird Park: This Macaw breeds in forest (especially varzea, but also in open sections of Terra Firme) and woodland of tropical South America from Trinidad and Venezuela south to Peru, Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay. It extends  into Central America, where it is restricted to Panama. #lpcelebrazil

Blue-and-gold Macaw

Blue-and-yellow Macaw (Ara ararauna) at Jurong Bird Park: This Macaw breeds in forest (especially varzea, but also in open sections of Terra Firme) and woodland of tropical South America from Trinidad and Venezuela

The Ultimate Backpacker Visa Guide to Central America. A comprehensive guide to all of the travel visa requirements for every country in Central America! Incredibly helpful for travel planning!

The Ultimate Backpacker Visa Guide to Central America

Climbing the crumbling steps of Mayan ruins in the Mexican sunshine while tropical birds squawk in t

Panama Mola Multicultural Art Project- folkart from Central America. This colorful paper project would be great for a Latin American unit or to study Hispanic culture.

Create a Mola: Folk-Art from Panama

Panama Mola Multicultural Art Project- folkart from Central America. This colorful paper project would be great for a Latin American unit or to study Hispanic culture.

Snookum Bear - Coati  Arenal Area, Costa Rica  Coatis are also known as  Coatimundi, Brazilian Aardvarks, Mexican Tejón or Moncún, Hog-Nosed Coons, Pizotes, Panamanian Gatosolos, Crackoons and Snookum Bears and they are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South America, Central America, and South-Western North America.

Costa Rica Coatis are also known as Coatimundi, Snookum Bears and they are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South America, Central America, and South-Western North America.

GIANT Earthworm! The Glossoscolecidae are a large family of earthworms which has native representatives in South and Central America. The earthworms in this family can reach up to 2 m in length.

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The one giant worm that takes the cake, is a species in South Africa called Microchaetus rappi which has been recorded reaching lengths of meters – that’s 22 feet long!

The Turquoise Browed Motmot inhabits Central America from south-east Mexico (mostly the Yucatán Peninsula), to Costa Rica, where it is common and not considered threatened. It lives in fairly open habitats such as forest edge, gallery forest and scrubland.

The turquoise-browed Motmot is a beautifully colored medium sized bird that lives from the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico down to Costa Rica. It is quite common in Central America. In fact El Salvador and Nicaragua made it their national bird. From Travel

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