- Animal Handling Workshop – Targeted for forest rangers, police, and firemen to teach how to properly handle certain wildlife such as raptors, parrots, sloths, monkeys, etc.
- First-Aid Workshop – Targeted for forest rangers, police, onsite interns, and firemen to teach rescue approaches and techniques for critically injured and young wildlife.
- Educational Public Property Walks – Informative lecture and walk of TRR and its rescued wildlife for national and international audiences. The goal of these educational walks is to focus on conservation issues and proactive steps to maintain healthy relationships with wildlife and the environment.
- University Shadowing/Workshop – Colleges from around the globe visit TRR to learn from our medical team, as well as, take note about the care and rehabilitation of exotic wildlife.
- Local School Lessons – We host various student groups of all ages teaching students about wildlife conservation, biology, and environmental research.
- The Virtual Classroom – TRR brings Costa Rica to your classroom wherever you may be located. We do meet-ups and discussions with teachers and classrooms of all ages from all over the world. We use Skype to give a virtual walk of the property and explain the wildlife rescue process.
The Virtual Classroom
Topics Frequently Requested
- Based on a specific species such as sloths, owls, or toucans
- Conservation issues
- Deforestation & habitat loss,
- Illegal pet trade,
- Human encroachment,
- Climate change
- A general virtual tour of the property accompanied by individual rescue stories and animal facts
A 30-minute session with a TRR biologist, who has extensive knowledge about the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of Costa Rican wildlife. During the lesson, the biologist will talk about the focus topic and show the classroom animals. There will be a Q&A at the end of the lecture.
Onsite Classroom Visits
We regularly have local schools visit TRR from all over Costa Rica! We are always pleased to open our gate to future conservationists, biologists, zoologists, veterinarians, and naturalists. If you are a parent or teacher interested in visiting our center, please send us a proposal of what you wish to accomplish to firstname.lastname@example.org.