Isla Corozal, Darien - 100% Titled Isla Corozal is a natural reserve area of jungle and wetlands located in the Darien province of Panama, only 15 minutes by boat from the large reserve of Punta Patiño, it is included in the Ramsar list of wetlands of international importance.
The fauna of this area includes harpy eagles, three-toed sloths, capybaras, bottlenose dolphins, crocodiles, jaguars and humpback whales. The island also has a great variety of birds such as the black oriole, brown pelican, frigate bird, terns, Haematopus, white-winged sandpiper, Numenius hudsonicus, spotted sandpiper, alcedinids, white corocoro, herons and the American black-headed gull.
Isla Corozal (Isla Corozal) is an island (class T - hypsographic) in Darien Province (Darién), Panama (North America) with a region code of Americas/Western Europe...
Isla Corozal is also known as Corasal, Isla Corozal.
Its coordinates are 8°23'40" N and 78°11'10" W in DMS format (degrees, minutes, seconds) or 8.39444 and -78.1861 (in decimal degrees). Its UTM position is RK02 and its Joint Operation Graphics reference is NC17-16.
A Island is an extension of land, smaller than a continent, surrounded by water in the pleama.