Giving Tuesday is right on the horizon, and the little ones are counting on your support!

At our hospital, we welcome hundreds of adorable babies each year—from sloths and monkeys to birds and reptiles. One crucial necessity for their proper development? Incubators.

This year so far we have received 2,290 animals, of which 945 were babies, nestlings, or fledglings.

As we gear up for the upcoming breeding season in just a few months, we’re on a mission to ensure we have an ample supply of incubators in our nursery. These aren’t just for the newborns; they’re also a lifeline for animals in critical conditions.


Your contribution can make a significant impact today. Every dollar brings us one step closer to securing more incubators. Let’s come together to provide a safe and nurturing environment for these precious creatures. 🐾💙 #HelpUsHelpThem

These are some of the baby animals that arrived at our Wildlife Rescue Center this year
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Endangered Species
Breeding Programs

Scarlet Macaws

Back in the 1940s, Scarlet Macaws were a common sight all over Costa Rica, except in the high mountains. However, around 2000, their numbers dropped dramatically, and they were only found in two spots on the Pacific coast. With the help of projects like ours, we’re bringing them back. Be a part of our mission to restore their population to its former state.

17,48 % Donated
$ 5,245
Goal $ 30,000


Building a

Join us in making a real difference! We’ve welcomed numerous reptiles in need, and they deserve the best. That’s why we’re constructing a brand-new reptile house, and we’ve already invested our own funds to get started. Together, we prioritize the well-being of our wildlife, and your support can help us provide them with the exceptional homes they deserve.

0,12 % Donated
$ 70
Goal $ 60,000

Endangered Species
Breeding Programs

Great Green Macaws

The Great Green Macaw is CRITICAL ENDANGERED! But what does that mean? There are probably less than an 1,000 adults worldwide, which means that they are just one step away from extinction. The Great Green is almost only native to central america and if we cannot restore the numbers, they can only be seen in zoos. Therefore, support our project and be a part of this mission.

10% Donated
$ 4,500
Goal $ 45,000
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