Jaguar Conservation in Costa Rica

Jaguar Conservation in Costa Rica

Overview Assist in the protection of endangered Jaguars, whilst living and working in Costa Rica’s rainforest. Since the 1950's the population of Jaguars within the Americas has plummeted from over 400,000 to an estimated 14,000 now. During your stay, you will not only contribute to the preservation of the elusive jaguar, but you will join a team contributing to the development and management of long-term wildlife conservation

Overview

Assist in the protection of endangered Jaguars, whilst living and working in Costa Rica’s rainforest. Since the 1950’s the population of Jaguars within the Americas has plummeted from over 400,000 to an estimated 14,000 now.

During your stay, you will not only contribute to the preservation of the elusive jaguar, but you will join a team contributing to the development and management of long-term wildlife conservation efforts along Central America’s Caribbean coast.

You will be searching for signs of jaguars and their prey species, by setting up remote cameras and surveying a 16-mile stretch of turtle nesting beach. Relaying data to the Costa Rican government and other prominent conservation organisations, our team aids the conservation effort through monitoring and tracking on Costa Rica’s beautiful Caribbean coast in the Tortuguero National Park.

Even though jaguar related research activities will be a main part of your activities, during your time you will gain a holistic understanding of the Costa Rican rainforest and its ecosystem by conducting important research on turtles (seasonal) and aquatic birds. You will receive additional training across a wide variety of subjects and gain a plethora of skills that will help you further your ability to operate professionally in the field.

Through unique and hands-on training you will have the opportunity to understand the rainforest and the variety of wildlife that depend on it’s future.

Highlights Include

Getting the chance to go on this unique adventure in a Costa Rican National Park; enjoying life at the research station; learning about the wildlife and their habitat; seeing unique wildlife in marine and coastal rainforest environments including remote Caribbean beaches and tropical rainforest, seeing endemic and protected species; joining the research team to undertake research inside a protected area; exploring this wonderful Central American country.

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Our Local and International Contacts

Below is the list of all our locations around the globe. Please feel free to contact the office nearest to your location and learn more about the programs being offered in that region.

Australia:  +61417091833
Volunteer Wildlife Pty Ltd ABN: 27150262981,Perth, Australia

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Perth:
Phone: +61 8 9221 2688
Mobile: + 61417173570
email info@weltravel.com
Unit 13,Sphere Office Park
63 Knutsford Avenue
Rivervale, WA 6103

Melbourne:
Phone: + 61 3 9457 3300
Mobile:   +61417999336
email info.melb@weltravel.com
 
Gold Coast:
Phone +61 7 5593 3811
mobile +61 438861180
email info.ooi@weltravel.com 
Representative Offices
Singapore :
Phone +65 6467 3301
mobile +65 9816 6437
email winston@weltravel.com
 
Indonesia:
Phone + 6221 70767583
mobile + 62 811 934471
email liz@weltravel.com 
Representative Offices
India:
mobile: +91 9769660486
email india@weltravel.com 
 
Tanzania
Acquiline Mlulla
Managing Director
JAUNT AFRICA LTD.
P O Box 80076, Dar Es Salaam – Tanzania
Phone: +255 755 048 362 / +255 658 289 737
Fax: +255 736 608 196
E-Mail: safaris@jauntafrica.com 
Web: www.jauntafrica.com 
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