Osa Peninsula Chronicles

A Costa Rica Rainforest, Wildlife, & Sea Turtles Conservation BLOG

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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 conservation, land conservation, avian conservation, marine conservation, volunteer opportunities and so much more.

In order to receive these updates, however, you must sign up for our new mailing list. This is the only way to ensure that our posts are delivered to your inbox on a regular basis.

We guarantee you won’t be disappointed, as our new blog has a brand new design, more frequent posts, and a wider range of topics discussed as our efforts to conserve Costa Rica’s natural treasure continue to prove successful. See for yourself!

We greatly appreciate your dedication to our work, and we don’t want to lose touch with you! So please take a minute and sign up for our blog, and become a part of an international effort to preserve one of the most biodiverse places in the world.


The Osa Conservation Team

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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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