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

  • 3 Ways to Support Sloth Conservation

    Did you know that October is Sloth Month? If not, now you know! Being one of the most amazing animals that live in Costa Rica, we know more than one of you is not only in love with these adorable creatures but invested in helping them thrive as a species. 

  • The 6th Annual Sloth Ironman Games: The biggest one yet!

    We know that by now, you know and love the games. Much more than a good laugh, the Sloth Ironman Games are an ode to the resilience of sloths; a love letter to their mysterious nature and adorableness; a fundraiser to support their development and rewilding. 

  • How Wildlife Bridges are Saving Animals from Electrocution in Costa Rica

    The urban development in Costa Rica and the emergence of power lines running throughout the country’s rich wildlife habitat have endangered the lives of many native animals including monkeys and sloths via electrocution. Conservation group Toucan Rescue Ranch have found ways in working with local companies and communities to create wildlife bridges that allow animals to cross tree canopies and roads safely. 

  • ¡Grandes noticias! Toucan Rescue Ranch se convierte en una organización deducible de impuestos

    Toucan Rescue Ranch recibió increibles noticias por parte del Gobierno costarricense este mes. Como han de saber, nuestra organización es una fundación sin fines de lucro tanto en Costa Rica como Estados Unidos. Desde hace algunos años, somos una organización con deducible de impuestos para donaciones en EEUU, lo cuál significa que quienes donan a nuestro centro, pueden reclamar el monto donado como un deducible de impuestos, y así pagar menos de los mismos al gobierno. Y ahora, ¡también nos convertimos en deducible de impuestos en Costa Rica!

  • Kidz Korner: Creating a space to inspire the future

    A major part of conservation is involving the younger generations – because it is their future we are fighting to protect the most. As part of our work, we focus on education, not only for children but for communities and everyone who wants to be a part of conservation in Costa Rica. But when it comes to children, we know we can also learn a lot about their insights, their perspectives and encourage them to raise their voices and become active participants in the work we do. 

  • Wildlife Catalog: Keel Billed Toucan

    The Killed-billed Toucan is one of the most iconic species of Costa Rica, its bright colored beak has become synonymous with visions of trekking in the rainforest. Adults are mostly black with a vibrant yellow-feather bib covering their throat and chest and a green ring around their eyes. Your eye however is drawn to the large brightly colored bill, a rainbow of colors: yellow, green, orange and blue with a red tip. Both sexes are similar in color, but the males are larger.

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