Today, Osa Conservation’s working landscape spans 1,,346,801 million acres across southern Costa Rica, including over 8,000 acres of private wildlife refuge protected by the Osa Conservation Campus. The OC Campus protects old-growth, secondary and mangrove forest, over a dozen kilometers of pristine coastline, and the entire Piro watershed. Throughout our campus, we trial restoration techniques to streamline the regrowth of healthy forest systems for people and nature. (To learn more about restoration management and biodiversity conservation on our property, click here to read Cerro Osa, A 10-Year Case Study in Tropical Rainforest Conservation Management).
Since the beginning, Osa Conservation has prioritized scientific conservation; our efforts to protect this wild place are founded on science and continue to push the frontier of tropical knowledge. Learn more about the new discoveries from Osa Conservation, visiting researchers, and our collaborators in our digital library of published research.
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