Save costa rica’s wildlife!!

Nosara Wildlife Rescue’s SIBU Sanctuary

completes Volunteer Casita

SIBU volunteer casita w: Shar

After 1 1/2 years, we’ve finally completed the volunteer casita! Now we can accept volunteers and house them “on site”.

We want to thank all who generously donated both their time and donations to this very worthwhile project. If you’re interested in volunteering, please contact us

HEAR YE !! HEAR YE !!

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New Monkeys needing adoption!

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2014 NOSARA WILDLIFE RESCUE FUNDRAISER & AUCTION ENJOYED BY ALL

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Insulator boots

ICE, the Government Electric Provider, arrived here in Nosara on December 5th and 6th with reinforcements from other parts of the country to help tackle the job of insulating the power lines and transformers throughout the Playas de Nosara area! There were about 15 workers with 5 gruas or “extension trucks”. We (Nosara Wildlife Rescue) will continue to oversee and manage this program until ALL areas are protected for our wildlife!

BEFORE INSULATION click here

CAUTION! PHOTOS ARE VERY GRAPHIC!

AFTER INSULATION

NWR logo photo

SPOTLIGHT

save costa rica’s wildlife!!

Stop the Shocks poster-1



NOSARA WILDLIFE RESCUE AWARDED 5 STARS OF EXCELLENCE FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR SEE WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ON TRIPADVISOR AFTER VISITING NOSARA WILDLIFE RESCUE! Review Excerpt: An incredible chance to see what a committed rescue couple can do to save local animals! We were invited into their house, watched a film they made and then visited the wildlife. This is better than any zoo, even the San Diego zoo, you’ll fall in love! Read more…


REFUGE FOR WILDLIFE & SIBU SANCTUARY We share a common mission: to rescue injured, orphaned, and displaced wild animals and provide them immediate medical care, rehabilitation, and eventual release into the wild. Read more…



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NOSARA WILDLIFE’S RECENT NEWS

VOICE OF NOSARA ARTICLE February 2013 article about Nosara Wildlife Rescue Fundraiser. Read now…

TICO TIMES ARTICLE

April 16th. 2010 article about Nosara Wildlife and ICE. Read now…(pdf)

APRIL 22, 2010- EARTH DAY PRESS CONFERENCE

ICE discussed solutions to wildlife electrocutions in Nosara. Reporters and photographers, as well as wildlife advocates concerned about the electrocution of arboreal wildlife on power lines and transformer leads, attended this critical meeting. More info…

ICE has been working to replace ALL un-insulated electic lines in Nosara with insluated lines! Special thanks to everyone who helped make this happen.

SIBU SanctuaryThree howlers have been successfuly released from SIBU Snactuary back into the wild. Five new monkeys have been moved from The Refuge for Wildlife rescue facilty to the step-down release facility at SIBU!

SURFING NOSARA Has recently done video interviews with both Brenda and Vicki, and written an excellent article with lots of great photos about Nosara Wildlife Rescue. Check out the videos and visit surfingnosara.com to read the articles. Part 1 SIBU Sanctuary – Part 2 Refuge for Wildlife


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  Click here to view the horrific suffering of the animals as a result of uninsulated power lines and “hot” transformer leads. CAUTION !! These images are depressingly graphic CAUTION !! All photos and text copyrighted @

MONKEY POPULATION DECLINE

A team of Costa Rican biologists recently reported that the country lost more than half of its monkey population between 1995 and 2007. Read more…

CHARLIE’S STORY

Little Charlie’s mother grabbed the electric pole’s transformer, and she was brutally electrocuted by searing current. Read more…

MAKING POWER LINES SAFE

To help end the maiming and deaths of innocent animals on un-insulated power lines and “hot” transformers, we are working in collaboration with the Costa Rican Electricity Institute. Progress has been slow because more funds are needed to cover labor costs, as well as stabilizers and transformer connector covers. Donate now…

PROSPECTIVE HOMEOWNERS

Please read our letter to prospective property and home owners. Read more…