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Marine Conservation, Science and Research, Sea Turtles / 11.12.2015

Written by: Sukee Bennett There’s something about measuring squirming sea turtle hatchlings that automatically puts a smile on my face. But this batch of babies was extra special. They were from a nest that I relocated on my very first patrol on Piro, way back in the beginning of September. A little over fifty days later, and the ping-pong shaped eggs I once placed in a bucket and buried in the hatchery had resulted in one hundred flipper-flapping babies. I was enthralled. Flash-forward two hours later, when my fellow Research...

Uncategorized / 04.12.2015

Escrito por: Tabea Zimmerman Este viernes y sábado Diciembre 11-12, la Estación Biológica Piro se llenó de actividades con motivo del taller de Ríos Saludables de Osa (RSO). Catorce miembros de comunidades alrededor de la Península de Osa, así como empleados de Conservación Osa (CO) se reunieron para conmemorar y reflexionar acerca del primer año del programa de monitoreo de ríos y también para pasarlo bien. Las metas del taller incluyeron: proveer un espacio donde los (nuevos y no tan nuevos) participantes tuviesen la ocasión de conocerse, dar entrenamiento y práctica sobre los protocolos...

Uncategorized / 04.12.2015

Written By: Tabea Zimmerman On Friday and Saturday, December 11-12, Piro Station bustled with activities from the Ríos Saludables de Osa (RSO) year-end workshop. Fourteen community members from across the Osa Peninsula plus four staff members gathered for a time of sharing and reflection, re-training, and envisioning for what Ríos Saludables would like to achieve in 2016. Our workshop goals were for community volunteers and staff to get to know each other (we had several monitoring groups join us for the first time!), to provide training and practice with all monitoring protocols, and...