Few people get to see the resplendent quetzal, a bird revered by Pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations.
Credit Alton Biggs
White-faced capuchin monkeys live in lowland forests and mangrove swamps of Central America. Inquisitive animals, the monkeys will come down out of the trees to steal unprotected food and other items from humans.
Credit Karla Dean
Alton Biggs and his wife Louise enjoyed the lush vegetation and the cool climate of Costa Rica’s cloud forest.
COMMERCE - Commerce resident Alton Biggs and his wife Louise recently traveled more than 2,000 miles to point out the behavior of monkeys and various other Central America animals for a group of teachers and friends.