La Reserva Forest Foundation

La Reserva Forest Foundation is a Costa Rican non-profit, tax exempt foundation working to restore and preserve native tropical forests, dedicated to creating "tree bridges" linking isolated forest islands using volunteers and the local school communities, and fighting global warming through various carbon neutral projects.

Baird's Tapir and baby

Baird's Tapir and baby
Let's preserve these forests and give the tapir and her baby the territory they need to flourish. (view small | med | large | orig)

Baird's Tapir

Baird's Tapir
The Tapir is an endangered species and depends solely on the primary forest habitat. It must have a large territory and is food for the Jaguar. Without the Tapir the Jaguar must disappear as well. (view small | med | large | orig)

Omar Quesada's forest

Omar Quesada's forest
The Quesada forest marked at top left of photo. It goes over the hill and reaches to the Bijagua River to the north. (view small | med | large | orig)

Omar Quesada's forest

Omar Quesada's forest
The Quesada forest is at the top left of photo and over the hill (view small | med | large | orig)

Aracari eating a papaya

Aracari eating a papaya
This Aracari was happily feeding on a ripe papaya along the Rio Sol (view small | med | large | orig)
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