Refuge for Wildlife

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Place Category: AttractionsPlace Tags: one day tour, outdoor activities, Refuge, rescue center, volunteering, and wildlife

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  • Brenda Bombard is an incurable animal lover who has devoted two decades to caring for injured and abandoned howler monkeys. Two-hour tours are highly educational, sharing information about the habits of howler monkeys and the center´s efforts to rescue and release them. For the past 20 years, Refuge for Wildlife has been rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing injured, displaced and orphaned wildlife in the Guanacaste Peninsula. With a 24-hour emergency rescue team, Refuge for Wildlife´s non-profit rescue center responses to over 200 wildlife emergencies each year. With an onsite clinic, a full-time veterinarian and a team of professional animal keepers, they are able to provide immediate and long-term medical care for all types of wildlife. If you are curious about the local wildlife, an Educational Visit is the perfect way to find out more. During your visit, you and our family will get a unique opportunity to learn about the magical howler monkeys and other wildlife that populate the jungle in Costa Rica and some of the challenges they face. As this is a working rescue center, visits are only possible if you make a reservation in advance, they will contact you with directions once your appointment is made.

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