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research of wildlands while the state would be responsible only for facilitation and financing (Garcia 1993, Vaughan & Rodriguez 1997). Although communitybased projects were promoted, usually with international funding, results to date have been mixed. These conservation projects are rare in Costa Rica, especially with wildlife species. A whitetailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) reintroduction project at Cobano, Nicoyan Peninsula involving the local community functioned for 5 yrs in the late 1980’s (Hernandez 1993). The community of Ostional has been working for over a decade to manage the oliveridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) with mixed results (Alvarado & Ballestero 1995).


44 BIRD SCENE


Scarlet Macaw and Central Pacific Region In Costa Rica, the Scarlet Macaw originally occupied approximately 42 500km2 (85% of national territory) (Vaughan 2011). Today, most of the population is found in three sites on the Pacific slope: (a) the Osa Peninsula 73 Cuadernos de Investigación UNED (ISSN: 16594266) Vol. 4(1), Junio, 2012 (8001200 estimated individuals) (Stiles & Skutch 1989, Dear et al. 2011), (b) Palo Verde National Park (15 individuals) and (c) the Central Pacific (CP) region (327 individuals)(Marineros & Vaughan 1995, Vaughan et al. 2005). Wildlands in the CP include: Carara National Park (5 500ha), Guacilillo Mangrove Reserve (1 100ha), Turrubares


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