Careers, Jobs and Education Resources for: Maricao, PR
Maricao (mah-ree-KOU) is the second-least populous municipality of Puerto Rico located at the western edge of the mountains, is a small town set around a small plaza in hilly terrain, north of San Germán;, Saban Grande and Yauco; south of Las Marías and Lares; southeast of Mayagüez; and west of Adjuntas. Maricao is spread over 15 wards and Maricao Pueblo (The downtown area and the administrative center of the city). The town borders the Maricao Fish Hatchery, a collection of tanks and ponds in a garden setting, where some 25,000 fish are raised yearly to stock farm fishponds and island lakes. The hatchery is part of the Maricao Commonwealth Forest, also known as Monte del Estado. Though of dryer vegetation than the other mountain forest, Maricao is home to large number of bird species. ...
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