News From The Sanctuary
Look out for news from the sanctuary here! We'll be working to update this page both with old posts and newsletters as well as new ones as we continue to move websites. Thank you for your patience! In the meantime, you can check out our Facebook page here.
New Year 2015-2016
Dear Friends of the Sanctuary, sit back and enjoy the following collection of pictures representing 2015… 2016 Calendar Sales… January February March April May June July August September October November December For those of you who would still wish to order a calendar, please order promptly as the last order to the printer will…Read More
AZA Professional Training Courses
Dear Friends of the Sanctuary, Last November the Sanctuary Foundation gave a presentation at the Annual Wildlife Rescue Conference at the National University of Technology (UTN) in Atenas here in Costa Rica. My responsibilities included research and design of the program presentation. We chose natural enrichment as our theme as we believe it is imperative…Read More
Dear Friends of the Sanctuary, Here at the Sanctuary we count our blessings in so many different ways. Seeing the flock of free flying scarlet macaw pass overhead is still as exhilarating as when we released our first bird almost 20 years ago. The picture featured above is of Ali, a scarlet that was incubated…Read More
Last chance (to donate)
Last Chance… At the end of this holiday season, we are already thinking about the upcoming year and ask that you consider a tax deductible donation of just $10 or more, to help us build on the successes we have achieved these past years. Thanks to the support of wildlife lovers such as yourselves, here…Read More
Last Chance… At the end of this holiday season, we are already thinking about the upcoming year and ask that you consider a tax-deductible donation of just $10 or more, to help us build on the successes we have achieved these past years. Thanks to the support of wildlife lovers such as yourselves, here are…Read More
Winkie the Spider Monkey!
Winkie arrived at the Sanctuary last August tenth. She was found on the forest floor in the Lapa Rios Reserve when she was less than two days old. Quick action by one of the lodge’s guides saved Winkie’s life. The guide heard the commotion of the mother and other monkeys in the trees close by…Read More
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