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  • Costa Rica Without Humans
          – an artist’s abstract creations
  • Editorial: Stay Safe: Travelers and Expats

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  • Tres Amigos Real Estate
  • Grupo Tropigala       
  • Sun Real Estate
  • Jardin La Torre Retirement Community
  • Horizon Pacific
  • Costa Rica Whale Spotting on Many Bucket Lists
  • Check Out These Seven Amazing Jaguar Facts
  • My Bee Farm Visit, Part 2
  • The Acorn Woodpecker
  • Liquor Factory Legacy
  • Dreams Come True for Costa Ricans in Science and Technology
  • Artist Spotlight: Allan Murillo
  • Plant ID Help, Thriving Herbs and Gardening Tips
  • Protecting Your Digital Devices
  • Risking it All for a Dream
  • Bringing Dementia Education to Rural Costa Rica Communities
  • The Virtues of Piracy
  • Spanish: Financial Terms
  • New Law 9996 Regulation to Attract Investors, Annuitants, and Pensioners Residents
  • Private Flights Increase to Costa Rica Airports
  • More Legal Ease Articles
  • Brisa Hennessey Confirmed for 2024 Olympics
  • Tide Chart, Moon, Sun Schedule
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Digital magic with a message is what Howler readers can expect in our May cover story, challenging you to contemplate Costa Rica — and the planet as a whole — without human life. Prepare to be at once captivated and disturbed by what digital artist Sebastian Alba imagines our familiar world would look like in the wake of “too little too late” eco-protection. 

In the same issue, you’ll find fascinating facts about humpback whales, jaguars, mariola bees and acorn woodpeckers. Congratulations go out to surfer Brisa Hennessy, the first Costa Rican to qualify for the 2024 Olympics. We tell you about two books honoring Costa Rican science and technology pioneers, and a dementia education program geared to rural expat and local populations. We also provide first-hand highlights of the Costa Rican Fashion Festival.

s with a green thumb, we offer tips from the Gringo Gardeners in Costa Rica Facebook group. 

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