The Toucan Rescue Ranch (TRR) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release Costa Rica wildlife. TRR works with a model that focuses on conservation, education, and research to ensure a brighter tomorrow for Costa Rica wildlife.

Watch this virtual fieldtrip of the TRR that covers animal rescue stories and cool animal facts. During this virtual visit, viewers will be given an all-access walk of the wildlife sanctuary sharing the large variety of parrots, toucans, macaws, owls, sloths, spider monkeys, weasels, and more!

Andrea Quirós Vargas is the Tour Coordinator and one of the full-time guides at Toucan Rescue Ranch. She studied Management of Natural Resources in the Universidad Estatal a Distancia (UNED) in Costa Rica.

Comments

  • I'm always surprised that Sloths can survive in the wild. But they are so cute.

  • nice work by the team TTR. animals have same right as humans to lead a life on earth and andrea shared some surprising facts about sloths hope they continue doing the good work and save as many animals they can.

  • Lovely birds .. Great video and information..

  • Nice detailed introduction to their rehabilitation program and seeing how the animals will have a better change if they have not become so dependent and use to humans.

    I personally like to see what animals that are regional to the places I visit and their intro video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0EWTt79exs) really show that nicely. I specially like all the birds and owls with such nice colorful colors. 

  • oh this was so cool!