Entries in #conservation (31)

Tuesday
Mar212017

Jungle  Love

We get all sorts of people joining us at Camp Osita. Post graduates looking for experience, people on a career break, nature-lovers who have a few weeks off and the last 2 weeks we even had an engaged couple who share a love for birds and conservation!

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Tuesday
Mar072017

After 10 Days At Camp  Osita

I have officially been a resident at Camp Osita for 10 days now and what a memorable 10 days they have been!

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Thursday
Mar022017

The Trail Volunteers Join  Camp

We are now a packed out camp with the Central American Eco-Trail group having joined us. Spread across two tables at meal times, those on cooking duty are testing their portion size estimates and the surveys are in full swing having two groups going out each morning.

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Thursday
Mar022017

Things To Do Around  Carate!

Days on camp are quite busy, but we´ll always make sure there is enough free time to do some fun activities. This how we spend our free time…

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Tuesday
Feb282017

Costa Rica Volunteer of the Week - Chris  Willerton!

My first week in Costa Rica has been interesting to say the least!  There has been so much to take in; the scenery, the wildlife surveys, and adapting to life in the jungle.

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Friday
Feb172017

Crazy Cool Birds At  Camp

Costa Rica is known for its beautiful biodiversity and our Frontier jungle camp is situated right in heart of this biological wealth.

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Tuesday
Jan312017

5 Tips For First Time Travellers

So, it’s your first time leaving home for a long period of time. You may be super excited or you may be a little apprehensive about the journey ahead. Either way, this trip is a big deal and will be such an amazing and fun part of your life! Here are a few tips to clear up any of those first time traveller doubts…

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Tuesday
Jan242017

Camp Friendlies

On our Costa Rica camp we have a whole host of wild and wonderful animals sharing our space. As the camp is situated just outside the Corcovado jungle, animals and insects are in abundance. Some we see rarely and others we are lucky enough to see regularly. Here are 5 cool creatures we consider our camp friends!

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Friday
Jan202017

The Life Of A Tour Guide

In the whole of the Osa Peninsula a lot of work and income revolves around tourism. Now that the rainy season is over, high season has started and tour guides are busier than ever and hostels and hotels are fully booked. So what is it like to be an actual tour guide?

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Tuesday
Jan032017

Puma Gate

Costa Rica is one of the most bio-diverse places on earth and here on our project in Carate, we spend our days scouring our many trails for any signs of this incredible wildlife. It can often be a difficult task but sometimes, just sometimes, the unthinkable happens and the wildlife comes to you…

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