Look at the evolution of these two Wooly Opossums (Caluromys derbianus) from their arrival a few months ago to now!Read Now
Although these animals are very common in Costa Rica, very little is known about their behavior in the wild and it is not easy to see these little guys in their natural habitat, as they are very quiet and active only at night.
These two are just a few steps from being released; Right now, we have a camera trap in their enclosure, monitoring their nocturnal Activity to make sure they are fully prepared to go back to the wild.
Look at the evolution of these two Raft Foxes (Caluromys derbianus) since they arrived a few months ago!
Although these animals are very common in Costa Rica, little is known about their behavior in nature and it is not easy to see these guys in their natural habitat, as they are very quiet and are active only at night.
These two are just a few steps away from being released and now we have a trap camera in their enclosure to monitor the nightly activity and make sure that they are fully prepared to return to nature.
This poor girl has a long road to recovery with multiple broken ribs and arm, along with some fingers which needed amputation. We are not sure about what happened to her but it could be caused by dogs, so please take care of your pets and don't let them hurt our precious wildlife!
She has been a real trooper so far and we hope she will recover very soon!
Horchata, la bebé de Mono Cara Blanca que llegó hace poco tiempo, muy herida.
Esta pobre monita tiene un largo camino hasta su recuperación, con múltiples costillas rotas y un brazo lastimado, además de algunos dedos que necesitaran ser amputados. No estamos seguros de lo que le pasó a ella, pero podría ser causado por perros, así que por favor cuíde a sus mascotas y no dejes que lastimen nuestra preciosa vida silvestre!
Ella ha sido una verdadera luchadora hasta ahora y esperamos que se recupere muy pronto!
Is very important to their health to exercise and have a sunbathe. This also part of their treining to a future release!
Feliz Domingo Peresozo! Grubby y Patty están disfrutando este dia soleado afuera. Es muy importante para la salud de ellos que se ejerciten y se queden un poco el sol. Esto tambien es parte del proceso de entreno para una futura liberación!
The Spiny Tailed Iguana (Ctenosaura similis) is one of the wild visitors you can see around in a tour at KSTRRead Now
These reptiles live in colonies and have a hierarchy, the stronger males like this one are the dominants.
They can run in two legs to escape from predators and are really fast!
El Garrobo es uno de los animales de vida libre que usted puede observar en un tour acá en KSTR. Estos reptiles viven en colonias y tienen jerarquía, donde los machos más grandes y fuertes como este son los dominantes.
Ellos pueden correr en dos patas para escapar de sus depredadores y son muy rápidos!
Balu, a grison, just upgraded from the nursery to rehabilitation in preparation for release. Great job Balu!Read Now