A very different season.

11 / Jul / 2020

The lifeblood of our Sea Turtle Protection Program — our International volunteers. For 15 years, our Sea Turtle program has been helping thousands of baby sea turtles make it to the ocean.  By the end of 2019, we had protected...

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Sea Turtle Conservation Program – Season 2020

30 / May / 2020

The Osa Foundation, led by Jonathon Miller, began the Sea Turtle Conservation Project in 2001, to protect the nesting sea turtles at Rincon Beach. Rincon de San Josecito Beach is an important nesting beach in the region where the species...

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Second food delivery

14 / May / 2020

Last May 1st, we took advantage of Labor Day to celebrate it in the best way: working for a good cause. On April 30th and May 1st, we carried out the second delivery of food packages and cleaning supplies to...

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Climate change challenge in the times of COVID 19

17 / Apr / 2020

Every day, the COVID-19 crisis presents new challenges for everyone. In the wake of this pandemic, we decided to adapt the Corcovado Foundation’s mission to Protect, Preserve, and Participate, by expanding our scope to meet some of the emerging challenges...

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A helping hand in times of crisis

15 / Apr / 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7rfQGCX1YU&feature=youtu.be Ganado is a small pueblo in the jungles of the Osa Peninsula, 15 kilometers from Drake Bay in Costa Rica. The road in the area is often washed out by flooding and erosion, adding to its isolation. Versabe and Polin are...

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What are we working on?

07 / Apr / 2020

Embracing change In an effort to try to stay closer, motivated, and sane, we are directing our efforts by using our platforms and networks to support the community we serve. Our goals will be refocus on collecting cleaning goods and...

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Managing Life in a COVID-19 World

20 / Mar / 2020

As we consider the COVID-19 global pandemic, it is clear that we are all navigating uncharted waters. Our “new lives” distance us from our friends and extended families, disrupting every aspect of our regular schedules and a sense of personal...

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Sea turtles are coming back!

12 / Mar / 2020

The Osa Peninsula is nesting home to sea turtles such as the Olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea), the Pacific Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas), and the Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricate), the latter two being especially endangered. The role of the foundation. The Corcovado Foundation has...

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Our presidents farewell letter.

21 / Feb / 2020

Steven Lill y Vinicio Zamora, founders of Corcovado Foundation. Some 45 years ago, I landed on an unknown and wild shore in Costa Rica and began a great adventure. I knew from the start that I had found a special...

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If you are a sea turtle the odds are against you!

29 / Jan / 2020

Sea turtles releasing / Liberación de tortuguitas “If you are a sea turtle the odds are against you!”  I read somewhere.  This could not be truer. Only 1 in 1000 sea turtle eggs become adults old enough to reproduce. Only 1...

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A true act of goodwill always sparks another!

12 / Dec / 2019

Children at christmas party We are almost through 2019, a full of plans, challenges and achievements. The end of the year always means a closing cycle and a rebirth of projects and dreams. Personally, this has been a year full...

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