Your support allows

The purchase of camera traps enabling the monitoring of jaguars on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.

Financing the expeditions necessary to expand the study area and discover new individuals.

The gradual acquisition of a 35 000+ acres area of primary rainforest in the heart of the Osa Peninsula.

The opening of a biological station capable of hosting scientists, students, volunteers, visitors, and rangers.

The launch of a reforestation program on the lands of the Las Oncas conservation reserve.