Check out the links below to get a feel for bringing a course or doing research at Bijagual. Contact us for questions or more information.
The field station is able to host 21 overnight guests in two buildings located on the reserve.
- Overnight stays include room, meals, and entrance fee.
- We accomodate dietary restrictions/allergies.
- There are dedicated work and lecture spaces.
- Modern conveniences include electricity, running potable water, indoor plumbing and warm showers.
- Towels, sheets, and bed nets are provided.
A 20-km (12.5-mile) network of maintained trails provides convenient access throughout the reserve. Maps are distributed to all visitors. Trails marked at 50 meter intervals maximize access to all habitats:
*Selectively logged forest
The research conducted at the reserve helps guide our management policies for the forest. Projects have been carried out at the reserve by staff and visitors including scientists, students and volunteers.
Two established research areas and the growth data associated with them are available for use.
Many opportunities exist for aquatic studies. The Bijagual and Tirimbina Rivers flow through the western and eastern sections of the reserve. In addition, there are about 20 streams of various sizes with some originating within the reserve. There are also a few small swamps and pools of still water throughout the reserve.