Here's a video of Earth Day 2017 for Kids Saving The Rainforest. Thank you Timothy Murray and all of our supporters!
So excited about the successful Earth Day yesterday! The challenge was 300 trees planted and with the help of our workers we planted over 300 with about 50 members of the community helping. KSTR loves our community!!!
Of all the great material we collected today I believe this video to be IT! Earth Day is coming to an end. Thank you Jennifer for the organization of the initiative!!!. Kids Saving the Rainforest, Titi Conservation Alliance, and so many members of the MA community joined today to raise awareness for these amazing causes and of course the most important - we planted 300 trees. Why? ... because the Earth gives us Food, Energy & Oxygen! <3 #BelieveTheLittleOnes - these Kids are saving the Rainforest!
- Sandy S.
A big thank you to to all who participated, 300 + trees and over 50 people including Banco Nacional de Quepos, Selina Hostel Manuel Antonio including Natalia Elizondo, Carlos Solis, Carla Lesano, Sandy K Sandy K. Schmidt, Lori Baca and family, Katherine Katharine Evans, Titi Conservation Alliance for donating 300 trees, ICE for donating 4000 trees to KSTR on May 5th, Kevin Heslin Photography, KSTR volunteers and workers, Andy Pham, and everyone else who participated. Those not listed, please post your FB name here so we can thank you all!
This is Jasmine! Our new three toed! She's already weaned, loves suero and has a massive appetite! Back to the wild as soon as she's grown!
Meet Frodo, the black and white owl! We've been giving him physiotherapy and flight training and he has been released back into the wild!
They studied the ecological importance of the rainforest and wanted to raise money to help save this endangered ecosystem. They started a "Plant the Trees" conservation project in which they sold rainforest themed t-shirts, and all their profits went directly to Kids Saving The Rainforest.
Happy Sloth Sunday! Here's B-rad and Ady. Could anything be cuter than the friendship between these two?!
This is Sae and Momo, the two baby parakeets, that came in with no feathers. They're looking a bit more like birds now!