One of the highlights on our expedition to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal is a journey to the Osa Peninsula, a remote area of Costa Rica known for its lowland rainforest with a seemingly-unquantifiable amount of wildlife. Walking through Corcovado National Park, you can experience 400 different species of birds, and aboard the National Geographic Quest spot northern and southern humpback whales intermingling in the surrounding waters. In this episode of Expedition Spotlight, naturalist Zoey Greenberg highlights the brilliant biodiversity of the Osa Peninsula and the species that call it home.