Golfito, which is near the Panama border at the most southern part of Costa Rica, was an important port at the beginning of the twentieth century. This was due to the extensive production of the United Banana Company in the area. It declined after the demise of the company in 1985 but has increasingly become a tourist attraction.
The road going north from the town produced Swallow-tailed Kite, Black-mandibled Toucan, Purple-crowned Fairy, Panama Flycatcher, White-throated Thrush, Slaty-tailed Trogon, Royal and Sandwich Terns, Chestnut-sided Warbler, Grayish Saltator, Blue-crowned Motmot, Lesser Nighthawk, and Blue Ground-Dove.
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