Reintroduction
Wildlife Rescue Center La Marina Foundation

The Reintroduction Program applies to all of the animals that enter the Wildlife Rescue Center because of repossession, habitat destruction, hunting, or from being injured in public and private areas. These animals are placed in quarantine, rehabilitated, and if they fit the necessary profile, are released into protected wild areas.

 


Above is a picture of an immature Margay. It's mother was found dead so the zoo took it in. Some animals can be released back into the wild, but others can not.

 

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    Any questions call: Juan Jose Jr in Costa Rica free Call FREE  011 (506) 8434 0762

 OFFICE Phone : 011 (506) 2 - 474-2202   Fax:  011(506) 2 - 474-2202

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In the U.S. for more information call:  Call Free 781-710-0173 Paul Sudenfield 781-710-0173
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The La Marina Wildlife Rescue Center foundation (RESCATELA), is a non profit organization, whose main aim is to protect, rescue and rehabilitate wildlife, along with environmental education.

In the United States we are 501C exempt private foundation

We are registered with the government of the Republic of Costa Rica, under charity number 3-006-391728

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