EPS Costa Rica Conservation Projects
Camaronal National Wildlife Refuge - Sea Turtle Conservation
Camaronal Wildlife Refuge was initially founded to aid conservation efforts aimed at protecting the four species of sea turtles that build their nests on Camaronal's beach. The olive ridley, the leatherback, the hawksbill and the black sea turtle all lay their eggs in the reserve's sands, making this a critical location for the continued survival of these endangered animals.
Cabo Blanco National Wildlife Refuge
The Cabo Blanco Absolute Natural Reserve is home to the San Miguel Biological Station which was developed to promote and support teaching, research, and environmental education and has facilities that include classrooms, laboratories and a reference library.
Tenorio Volcano National Park - Tapir Conservation
Tenorio Volcano National Park offers volunteers the opportunity to experience a unique rainforest habitat that is influenced by the Atlantic and Pacific slope of Costa Rica. This makes it attractive for national and international tourists who have an opportunity to enjoy great scenic beauty as well as forestry and animal species native to the area.