Entries in #turtles (13)

Monday
May082017

Night Of The Turtles - Part  2

Over the next two and a half weeks, we repeated this process three times per week, and every time, the results were the same...

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Tuesday
Apr252017

Night Of The Turtles - Part  1

It was mid-January when I arrived in Costa Rica and it was only on my second day that I had that first fateful encounter with a sea turtle while on survey. Witnessing a nesting sea turtle is an experience of time travel, as these animals have existed unchanged for millions of years.

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Thursday
Mar022017

It's All Happening In Costa  Rica

After these though days things took a turn for the better. I had an exciting visa run to Boquete (Panama) and after that the weather started to change. And who doesn´t wake up happy with a constant sunshine?!

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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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Monday
Jan162017

My First Time Seeing A Sea Turtle And Her Nest!

I’ve never seen a turtle close up before, only swimming in the sea from afar or unfortunately, in zoos. However on my very first turtle patrol with Frontier I saw a gorgeous adult female laying a batch of perfect little eggs!

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Friday
Dec232016

An Interview With: Assistant research Officer, Rebecca

Read this interview with Assistant Research Officer Rebecca to find out what life is like working in Costa Rica and why she chose to go there:

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Monday
Sep052016

Jungle Life At New Camp

After last weeks move to the new camp deeper in the jungle, I expected this week to be bitten hideously by anything from a thousand mosquitos to a rogue howler monkey. However, we all seemed to have settled in nicely. Discussions of pathways to be built and the possibility of 'jungle jenga' keep us busy during the long hot days.

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Tuesday
Aug302016

The Last Week On Camp 

"Nothing feels greater than diving between waves and munching on fresh papaya and bananas under the hot sun. We felt incredibly lucky that on our journey in the sea, we saw a beautiful whale with her baby, sliding in and out of the blue waters..."

Media & Journalism Intern Cecilia reflects on the last week on the Costa Rican camp

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Tuesday
Aug162016

First Week in Costa Rica

Having been to Costa Rica before, the mixture of anxiety and excitement I felt while boarding the (tiny) plane to Puerto Jimenez was strange. I knew what to expect –a hot, humid climate, wonderfully friendly locals, cold showers (to combat the humidity) –yet this time was different.

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Thursday
May052016

My Six Months in Carate

Volunteer Nie Williams spent 6 months in the Costa Rican jungle - shes talks us through everything she did, including seeing an Ocelot!

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