The Wildlife Rescue Center La Marina Foundation carries out a series of programs that complement each other and altogether contribute to conserving wildlife.
Breeding:Tapirs (Tapirus bairdii), spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi), green macaws (Ara ambigua), scarlet macaws (Ara macao), and a few different types of felines are just some of the animals that are bred here.
Liberation:This program benefits the animals born in the Wildlife Rescue Center La Marina that show innate characteristics necessary for surviving in a natural environment.
Reintroduction: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.
Rescue:The rescue program at Wildlife Rescue Center has saved many lives of wild animals that for different reasons have either been a threat to people, or people and their activities have been a threat to them.
Conservation:This program concentrates on the daily maintenance of animals that have no hope of returning to their natural habitat.
Education: The animals in the Conservation Program at Wildlife Rescue Center, lend a great service, already having educated visitors about natural history.
Our Mission:To promote Conservation & Environmental Education in the Norhtern Huetar Area of Costa Rica
Our Objectives:To conserve, protect, reintroduce, and raise several wild species that have been removed from their natural environment as a result of repossession, hunting, habitat destruction, and the ignorance of humans. To encourage the protection of the plant and animal species of our biodiversity.
To promote the bioalfabetización among the citizens of our country and foreign visitors.