Entries in #volunteer (48)

Thursday
Jan182018

Becoming a Veggie  Chef

One of the greatest things I’ve learnt here in Camp Osita is how to cook wonderful vegetarian dishes, and I will certainly be taking these recipes home with me.

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Wednesday
Jan102018

A day in the life of a jungle camp  volunteer

On my second day at Camp Osita, I decided to make the most of the more local trails and surveys on offer. 

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Wednesday
Dec202017

Adventures in Corcovado National  Park

I have been at camp Camposita for a week and half now and my experience so far has been amazing.

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Wednesday
Dec062017

Waste No  Time

Going to the local town of Puerto Jimenez is always an exciting activity for our volunteers. Not only does it provide more of an opportunity to interact with the locals and experience a vibrant town, but it simultaneously provides opportunities to further help the local community.

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Wednesday
Nov292017

Immediately a Memorable  Experience

After being here only 5 minutes, I realised just how much of a unique and memorable experience this trip would shape up to be.

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Tuesday
Oct242017

A Snapshot of Memories from Camp  Osita!

Here are a few snipets from my time in Carate on the Turtles, Big Cats and Primates conservation project. There are too many fantastic experiences to write down so I have just selected a few from my favourite days on camp!

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Thursday
Sep282017

Total  Immersion

A journey from western suburbia to the Costa Rican jungle...

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Tuesday
Sep192017

Buenos Días Camp  Osita!

It is very difficult to wake up on the wrong side of the bed when there are so many different kinds of mornings to be had here at Camp Osita.

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Tuesday
Sep052017

The Upside I Didn't Expect From Camp  Osita

When considering coming to Costa Rica to get my first experience in conservation fieldwork, I was thinking primarily about the abundance of wildlife that Costa Rica is famous for.

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Tuesday
May232017

Adapting To The  Science

As a the Media and Journalism intern on the Frontier-Costa Rica project, my main purpose here is to document all of the work being done by Frontier staff and volunteers, as well as what life in the field is like.

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