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

  • A Unique Type of Muffin for International Muffin Day!

    Muffin is an orphaned three-fingered sloth who was found roadside, cold and alone, after being hit by a car. Upon arrival at Toucan Rescue Ranch, he was unresponsive, and we were unsure if he would survive.

  • Millie the Sloth’s Fundraiser

    As implied by their name, TRR was initially established as a rescue center for toucans and other birds. But the second Millie arrived, rescuers knew: Their mission was evolving. Since opening their doors in 2004, the need for help has only become more prevalent amongst several of Costa Rica’s native species, with an alarming rise in the number of abused and injured sloths.

  • Spud & Tater, two orphaned porcupines

    Since arriving at Toucan Rescue Ranch, these lil’ baby Hairy Mexican Porcupines have become the best of friends. But they haven’t always had each other. Both babies were found as orphans, roughly around the same age. Spud, spotted on the ground near the westside of the capital of Costa Rica, San Jose; Tater, discovered at the base of a tree.

  • 2020 – A Year in Review

    Determination – a noun that kept Toucan Rescue Ranch going throughout 2020. A concept that I used time and time again when the height of the pandemic made everything feel uncertain…

  • “PAPAYA IS LIFE”

    Whether you are able to donate or choose to share our cause with your friends and family instead, please consider joining our mission. Any donation amount, $5 or $50, helps significantly supporting the wildlife of the Ranch. The entirety of the funds from this campaign go towards these deserving animals and ensuring their diverse dietary needs are met. Thank you so much for your kindness and support.

  • Baby Kisses: Brutally Mauled By Dog

    Kisses is a small baby Tayra (part of the weasel family), who arrived at the Ranch scared, hurting, and stressed, after being attacked by a dog. Luckily, the dog’s owners heard the attack and rushed outside to step in. And thank goodness they did – because their quick thinking is what saved Kisses’ life.

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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