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The Jaguar Rescue Center continues to expand, and we were able to complete numerous projects thanks to the help and donations we received from the La Ceiba Primary Forest Foundation in 2022.
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To prevent animals from being electrocuted, we have our program Shock-Free Zone, which we have run in collaboration with the Grupo ICE (Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad) for the past 12 years.
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It should be noted, we are more than grateful for all the support and donation that we have received this past year through La Ceiba Primary Forest Foundation. Due to the donations, we were able to build new enclosures for the rescue center.
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Brought by the coast guards; this hawksbill sea turtle came very weakly and suffers from a harpoon wound in her shell. Also, she had wounds in her fins because the people who harpooned her tied them, so she couldn´t move.
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On May 12 we started the campaign “Drive for Life” where the goal was to raise $15,000 to be able to buy a “new” second-hand truck.
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On June 29 this Hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) was brought to the JRC from Cieneguita. This turtle was confiscated by the coast guards, who also helped to transport it to the JRC.
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Arrived with severe burns, this anteater came to the center after she got electrocuted trying to climb the power lines.
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Jaguar Rescue Center obtained the Safe Travels stamp provided by the World Travel & Tourism Council
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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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