We are an environmental nonprofit organization that operates the Cocobolo Nature Reserve and Biological Field Station in Panama. We are dedicated to tropical forest conservation and the promotion ecological literacy. The field station is used primarily as an environmental education center where we host university and high school groups for study abroad courses and conservation related workshops and researchers from different global institutions. Cocobolo nature reserve is located in the middle of the country, at the narrowest point of the Central American Isthmus and is at the junction between the Central American and the Choco-Darien Biodiversity hotspots. The reserve is over 1000 acres in size and contains lowland, premontane and cloud forest tropical forest habitats rich in species including over 350 species of birds. We undertake our own conservation and research activities and are currently attempting to make animal and plant inventories of this incredible biodiversity hotspot.