The Toucan Rescue Ranch has had the opportunity to work with renowned networks such as National Geographic, Animal Planet, BBC Earth, and CNN News. As a rescue center, we are eager to spread awareness about wildlife conservation and the struggles that wildlife face in today's industrialized world. Additionally, TRR has had the privilege of educating and sharing our mission with some of the internet’s most avid bloggers, photographers, and videographers.

Filming Agreement & Contract

If you are a videographer, production company, or photographer interested in filming some of Costa Rica’s most exotic and beautiful animals and the work of rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing wildlife - Then Toucan Rescue Ranch is the right place for you. To start filming with us, please review Toucan Rescue Ranch's Filming Agreement. For scheduling, donation fees, and restrictions please email [email protected]


Filming Agreement

Please review this document and email us for additional information & scheduling.

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The Blog

  • The Best Things to do When Visiting Costa Rica from a Costa Rican herself!

    As a native Costa Rican, I can tell you my home country offers natural beauty beyond comparison – and outside activities are the #1 reason you should visit. In spite of its small size, Costa Rica has never been afraid to take on big challenges when it comes to preserving nature. In fact, more than 28% of our land is dedicated to national parks, reserves, and wildlife refuges and has topped the polls when it comes to ecological footprint since 99% of our energy is renewable. In addition, Costa Rica has been proclaimed as one of the happiest countries in the world, and here’s why:

  • The Sloth becomes a National Symbol of Costa Rica

    The Sloth Becomes a National Symbol of Costa Rica: Did you hear?! This July, the Costa Rican government has announced that both the two-fingered and three-fingered sloths are now national symbols, and as a wildlife rescue center that specializes in sloths, we couldn’t be more excited!

  • Toucan Rescue Ranch Wins 2021 Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award for Ranch Experience and Educational Tours

    Heredia, Costa Rica – July 12, 2021 – Toucan Rescue Ranch today announced it has been recognized as a 2021 Travelers’ Choice award winner for hotels and tours. This achievement celebrates businesses that consistently deliver fantastic experiences to travelers around the globe, having earned great traveler reviews on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months. As challenging as the past year was, Toucan Rescue Ranch stood out by continuously delighting travelers here in Costa Rica and virtually.

  • Toucan Rescue Ranch Receives Global SafeTravels Stamp to Recognize Safe Travels Protocols

    Toucan Rescue Ranch is a part of a special certification process called the Safety Travel Stamp. the World Travel & Tourism Council known as WTTC works alongside members, governments, health experts, and other industry associations that are working together to achieve effective recovery protocols by developing meaningful action plans that optimize sector-wide recovery efforts.

  • 10 tips and tricks to power up your nonprofit’s social media strategy from a conservation media expert!

    Are you looking for the right approach for your conservation project? And the best way to engage with like-minded people who believe in your cause? Getting the most of social media to have a successful non-profit? You’ve come to the right place!

  • Wildlife Catalog: Tayra

    Tayras are the biggest species of Central American mustelid and they’re an animal of many names. Their genus name, Eira, is derived from the indigenous name for tayras in Perú and Bolivia, while their species name derives from Greek, meaning strange or foreign. Tayras are also known as “high woods dogs” in Trinidad, “tolomuco” throughout Central America and, interestingly enough, as “viejo de monte” or “old man of the woods” in Yucatan and Central America. This last name derives from the fact that tayras, like all mustelids, walk on their whole foot instead of just walking on their toes, like cats and dogs. This curious manner of walking makes tayra footprints relatively similar to human prints, except smaller in size. This, along with the fact that older Tayras acquire a white mane of hair around their heads, makes them appear as old men of the forest.

Participate in Wildlife Conservation with Toucan Rescue Ranch!

Toucan Rescue Ranch is a non-profit organization dedicated to rehabilitating and conservating Costa Rican wildlife. We offer a variety of events and volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups interested in helping with their mission.

One of their most popular events is the Sloth Ironman Games, where sloths compete in enrichment activities and challenges. This provides a fun opportunity for viewers to learn about the importance of sloth conservation. We also offer guided tours of their facilities, where visitors can see the animals up close and learn about their stories and rehabilitation process.

For those looking to get more involved, Toucan Rescue Ranch offers volunteer opportunities for both short-term and long-term commitments. Volunteers can assist with animal care, habitat maintenance, and educational programs.

By participating in these events and volunteering with Toucan Rescue Ranch, individuals can directly impact wildlife conservation efforts in Costa Rica and help ensure the survival of these incredible animals for future generations.

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