Central Pacific Conservation Area

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Central Pacific Conservation Area
Área de Conservación Pacífico Central
Área de Conservación Pacífico Central, SINAC, Costa Rica.svg
Location of the area, labeled ACOPAC in the west of the country.
LocationPuntarenas Province, Costa Rica
Coordinates9°32′34″N 84°33′40″W / 9.542794°N 84.560992°W / 9.542794; -84.560992Coordinates: 9°32′34″N 84°33′40″W / 9.542794°N 84.560992°W / 9.542794; -84.560992
Governing bodyNational System of Conservation Areas (SINAC)

Central Pacific Conservation Area is an administrative area which is managed by SINAC for the purposes of conservation in the southwestern part of Costa Rica, on the Pacific coast.[1] It contains four National Parks, and a number Wildlife refuges and other types of nature reserve.

Protected areas[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ SINAC Archived 2015-03-17 at the Wayback Machine, retrieved 18 March 2015

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