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Costa Rica Inside Out

Hope, in a heartbeat

Even when the world stops, life goes on. Not fear, not death—not even a pandemic full of death—can keep hope from poking through, new...

‘We must take advantage of Costa Rica’s young talent’

The Luis Jorge Poveda Álvarez Arboretum, on the Osa Peninsula, is a place to dream. I have been dreaming here since my childhood, and...

A day in the life of Jafet, a proud recycling collector

For two years and six months, Jafet Vilegas has been getting up every weekday at 6 am. He takes his time to say hello...

When your talent is dreaming big

Sometimes, you’re drawn to another person by his talents or skill. For her, it was the sheer scale of his dreams, and the way he...

AGUINADRA and COVIRENAS: a solution to hunger and illegal hunting

During the pandemic, the Association of Naturalist Guides of Drake Bay (AGUINADRA), where I serve as president, has carried out two fundraising campaigns with...

A treat for all the senses: birding in Coronado

Bird watching can happen anywhere: you just have to be curious and pay close attention. This is well known to all bird lovers, including...

The Bribri cosmovision and our relationship with nature

Nature sustains us. It is our home, our culture, our sense of self, and our food source. That is the relationship that Bribri people...

From multilingual chatter to the songs of birds

Even when he was at home in Bolivia, his passport was always within reach, a journey always being planned: to forests, beaches, deserts, mountains...

Philanthropy: the tourism product we aren’t offering in Costa Rica

A funny thing happens when I mention that my work is focused on Costa Rica. I hear stories about fantastic vacations, honeymoon dreams, or...

From consumption to conservation: the story of Carlos

What does it take to protect wildlife in Costa Rica? When we imagine the needs of wildlife organizations, we often think of funding for...
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