The Osa Peninsula AND our new logo!
This is, of course, not a coincidence. We have updated our name and image with the much appreciated pro bono efforts of SME to reflect both the terrestrial and marine biodiversity that have been central to our mission for the past eight years. Please be patient with us as we make the transition and help us out by spreading the word! This change comes in conjunction with many other exciting developments for Osa Conservation–involvement in the world’s first biodiversity trust fund, the establishment of a new reserve on the border of Piedras Blancas National Park… You can learn more about our new look and our continued efforts to conserve the Osa Peninsula’s natural endowment here. Thanks everyone.