February 2017 - Osa Conservation
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Uncategorized / 28.02.2017

Blogpost by Alejandra Rojas, Naturalist Guide and Avian Program Coordinator In a remote corner of southern Costa Rica, Osa Conservation runs a biological station that receives researchers from all over the world, as well as students and visitors who share a passion for conservation.  At this station, there is a complete team working on-site: A group of scientists, naturalists and environmentalists doing our very best to apply our knowledge to make conservation possible. I am excited to have recently joined Osa Conservation as their Naturalist Guide and Avian Program...

Uncategorized / 15.02.2017

Blogpost by Revée Needham ¡Buenos dias! My name is Revée Needham and I spent 4 weeks working in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica with Osa Conservation from December 2016 to January 2017. I came to the Osa to complete my Alumni Memorial Scholar’s project through Colgate University. Majoring in Environmental Studies and Geography, I started my interest in agriculture after debating in class the ethics of eating meat. Since then, I have developed a passion for learning more about the food I eat and how to reform industrial...

Uncategorized / 01.02.2017

We are pleased to welcome new field staff to Osa Conservation! We are excited to have these wonderful new additions be a part of our team in the Osa Peninsula and we look forward to building on their expertise, knowledge and excellent enthusiasm to help us conserve "the most biologically intense place on earth." Please join us in welcoming Andy, Karla and Alejandra!     Dr. Andy Whitworth, Director of Ecological Restoration and Biodiversity Conservation He is originally from the UK; He lived and worked in Manu, Peru for the past...