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Last week we had the joy of releasing our group of seven White-faced Capuchin Monkeys: Nimba, Thomson, Rollo, Sherman, Jorge, Ceibu and Numea.
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Check us out on Zac Efron new series “Down to Earth” as he travels around the world focusing on sustainable living pratices, nature and green energy. We’re part of the Costa Rican episode where our co-founder Encar shows the center around to Zac and Darin and explains our mission.
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June was a fantastic month of releases. Knowing that the animals, which we worked hard to rehabilitate, are back in their own environment makes all the difficulties we encountered worthwhile!
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The two are now back where they both belong, happy day! A big thank you to SINAC and Cahuita National Park for letting us release them in this incredible park.
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After spending one year with us she’s finally back where she belongs
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She was found in a field hanging tight to her dead mother and along with her mother were 7 other dead adult monkeys
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Sunday, early in the morning, we received a call about a sea turtle being stuck between two palm trees without any chance of freeing herself.
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JRC wants to inform that due to Covid-19 prevention we made the decision to temporarily close the center as from tomorrow to all visitors until further notice for the safety of our animals, volunteers, workers and community.
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To celebrate the #WorldWildlifeDay we shared February's special release, Zuthu and Khali, two wonderful ocelots (Leopardus pardalis) that came here after being confiscated as babies by the MINAE almost two years ago
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We are proud to announce that this week the JRC and ICE closed an agreement for the Shock Free Zone campaign. Together we have developed a map of the Caribe Sur area with the powerlines that are already insulated and the ones that aren’t. Our goal is to make every powerline in this map safe for the wild animals.
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