The Toucan Rescue Ranch Mission:
The Toucan Rescue Ranch’s (TRR) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Costa Rican wildlife. TRR works with a model focusing on conservation, education, and research to ensure a brighter tomorrow for native wildlife. TRR works closely with the Ministry of Environment and Energy of Costa Rica (MINAE) who, rescues wildlife and brings them to our facility. TRR provides sanctuary while giving premier medical treatment, rehabilitation, and eventual release into its natural environment.
U.S. Nonprofit & Costa Rican Foundation:
The Toucan Rescue Ranch is a licensed Costa Rica wildlife rescue facility, Costa Rica foundation (300667701803), and a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (EIN: 80-0516453).
To fulfill our mission, we work with a model that achieves the rescue of rainforest animals and conservation through education and research. As a charitable organization, we are supported through donations like yours. In giving, you can be sure that your financial support will directly promote the health and wellbeing of our rainforest rescued animals, to improve and secure the quality of their lives and the life of our planet.
What will your donation do? It helps Toucan Rescue Ranch buy premier diets for our animals, pay for medical care, safe and appropriate housing and enclosures, release programs, and staffing who provide our rescued animals with quality care. The Toucan Rescue Ranch is 100% funded by donations. We receive no government funding.
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Various Products that Help Rescued Wildlife!
If you are coming to visit us, please consider donating some of our various wish list items. You can help with animal enrichment items, administration, medical supplies, baby animal supplies, and more!
NOTE: Unfortunately, you can not directly ship these items to the Toucan Rescue Ranch. However, you can purchase and bring these items when you come to visit us or contact us at [email protected] on how donations can be sent. Feel free to send your items to our treasurer, Terrie, whose address is listed on our Wishlist. Tax-deductible: A US Non-Profit organization EIN: 80-0516453 A Costa Rican Foundation #:300667701803
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Sloth Loses His Hand After He Gets Caught In Barbed Wire
You can help Randy through his recovery and rewilding journey by donating now. We rescued Randy after one of our vet supervisors was contacted through social media about a sloth trapped on barbed wire. This poor sloth was in real trouble and had his hand severely wounded. So, we gathered our team and went to […]Continue reading
Sloth Has Her Arm Amputated and Loses Her Baby to a Terrible Electrocution
Rihanna’s story is another example of how dreadful electrocution can be to sloths. She was rescued in Aguas Zarcas, San Carlos, after she suffered from electrocution. When she arrived at our clinic, our vet team decided it was better to amputate one of her arms due to being severely burned. When we receive female sloths, it […]Continue reading
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