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  • Subscribe Today: The Osa Peninsula Chronicles has a new home!

    Dear friends, As you may have noticed, Osa Conservation has undergone an online renovation. A brand new site has been launched, and it is more interactive than ever. Along with the new osaconservation.org, we’ve also introduced “Osa Conservation News + Stories,” our new and improved blog, packed with regular stories and updates about sea turtle [...]

  • Osa Conservation Supports Research in Golfo Dulce: Different Kinds of Dolphins

    Jorge and I were always thrilled to see dolphins, as they are icons of the sea. Luckily, sightings were relatively common (only sea turtles were seen more frequently) and these graceful cetaceans graced our bow almost every day we were on the water. We observed many dolphin behaviors: foraging and traveling, mating and calf care, [...]

  • Rainy Days at Cerro Osa

    [caption id="attachment_2509" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Hand-collected seedlings in Osa Conservation's tree nursery"][/caption] By Max Villalobos The arrival of May brings heavy rain to invade the forests of the Osa Peninsula. It is a time of great change and exceptional beauty. Millions of tiny trees and leaf litter form a living carpet across the colorful forests. These [...]
  • Osa Conservation Supports Research in Golfo Dulce: So Many Sea Turtles!

    [caption id="attachment_2471" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Side by side, you can begin to see the characteristics that visibly differentiate the three sea turtle species we documented inside Golfo Dulce."][/caption] When we began our research, nobody expected us to find very many sea turtles inside Golfo Dulce — most sea turtle activity was thought to occur on the [...]

Dear friends, As you may have noticed, Osa Conservation has undergone an online renovation. A brand new site has been launched, and it is more interactive than ever. Along with the new osaconservation.org, we’ve also introduced “Osa Conservation News + Stories,” our new and improved blog, packed with regular stories and updates about sea turtle [...]

Spend this holiday season where the rainforest meets the sea, in the most spectacular and underbirded corner of Costa Rica. [caption id="attachment_2626" align="alignleft" width="205" caption="A Gartered Trogon sits perched atop a tree in the Osa Peninsula"][/caption] The Osa Peninsula harbors over 460 species of birds including the healthiest population of Scarlet Macaws in Central America, [...]

Jorge and I were always thrilled to see dolphins, as they are icons of the sea. Luckily, sightings were relatively common (only sea turtles were seen more frequently) and these graceful cetaceans graced our bow almost every day we were on the water. We observed many dolphin behaviors: foraging and traveling, mating and calf care, [...]

The impacts of diverse topography on nutrient cycling in the Osa’s lowland forests By Samantha Rose Weintraub [caption id="attachment_2582" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="The Osa’s topographically varied terrain, shrouded in mist"] [/caption] Even though I’ve made many trips to Osa, I am always in awe leaving the Pan-American highway at Chacarita and heading into this wild place. [...]

[caption id="attachment_2556" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="A collection of photos from last Sunday's Golfo Dulce Festival "][/caption] By Pilar Bernal Castro To promote the conservation of marine resources in the Golfo Dulce, Osa Conservation’s Environmental Education Program, with the support of the Environmental Coalition of Puerto Jimenez, held ??the first Golfo Dulce Festival on Sunday, May 13. [...]
[caption id="attachment_2509" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Hand-collected seedlings in Osa Conservation's tree nursery"][/caption] By Max Villalobos The arrival of May brings heavy rain to invade the forests of the Osa Peninsula. It is a time of great change and exceptional beauty. Millions of tiny trees and leaf litter form a living carpet across the colorful forests. These [...]

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Friends of the Osa (FOO) is a nonprofit conservation organization committed to the preservation of the Osa Peninsula’s globally significant biodiversity, by ensuring the maintenance, restoration and long-term viability of the ecosystems on and around the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
FOO was founded in 2003 and has offices in Washington, DC and Puerto Jiménez, Costa Rica.

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