Biological Corridors

What is a Biological Corridor?
It is a continental, marine-coastal and island delimited Territory whose primary purpose is to provide connectivity between protected wild areas, as well as between landscapes, ecosystems and habitats, natural or modified being rural or urban to ensure the maintenance of biodiversity and ecological processes and evolutionary; providing spaces of social agreement to promote investment in the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in those spaces.
Biological Corridors in Costa Rica.
In Costa Rica, Biological Corridors are the second most important conservation strategy in terms of territory and scope, promoted by SINAC through the National Program of Biological Corridors and with the participation of local stakeholders in their management through participatory platforms called Local Committees of Biological Corridors.
Costa Rica has 44 biological corridors, which represents about 33% of the continental territory.