Category Archive: OSA Conservation

Osa Conservation – Costa Rica Part 4: Turtle Hatchery, Vultures and Hawks

My experience with releasing the turtle hatchlings was incredible and I was keen to take part in another part of the work the volunteers ¬†undertake. The goal of our Sea Turtle Program is… Continue reading

Osa Conservation – Costa Rica Part 2: The Adventure Begins …….

Nothing quite prepares you for being in the rainforest in Costa Rica. The heat and humidity is almost overwhelming to start with. My visit was at the beginning of the rainy season, but… Continue reading

Costa Rica, here I come!

I can hardly believe that at 6.15am tomorrow morning, I begin the most exciting trip of my lifetime… to the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. I will be based at the Piro Biological… Continue reading

Getting ready for Costa Rica with the Olympus TG-5 Tough

You may remember me writing about a very exciting trip I am going on, to the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. This trip is now only a week away. I am joining the… Continue reading

Osa Conservation, Costa Rica….. A dream trip, come true!

Last week, I had a pretty incredible week. Anyone who follows me on Twitter will have seen some of my tweets, that announced that I would be travelling to the OSA peninsula in… Continue reading