I wasn't sure what to expect when I signed up to visit the sanctuary but I was highly impressed by the level of need, the amazingly huge hearts and efforts of these folks to address that need and the variety and beauty of the "wild" that is benefited from that effort.
They are tackling the challenge from all angles; personally caring for the animals, indirectly appealing to visitors through education and personal appeal (those baby monkeys are sooo adorable!) and by educating the population and unofficially lobbying the electric company and powers-that-be about the need for insulation of electrical wires, etc. Costa Rica needs to keep advancing their understanding of what it means to be "Ecologically responsible" especially since they are touting their country as an "Eco Tourism" mecca.
I highly recommend a visit and to give support financially. (Fundraising is not their forte - so feel free to just make a donation of whatever you can.) They lead the crusade with their hearts and bodies (they work 7 days a week, sun up to sun down) but their minds are critically involved and constantly seeking ways to improve their little corner of the world. God bless them!
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