Blogs

Tapir Rescue At The Dam

Let’s start with the tapir was fine in the end, and go from there  We received a message that there was a tapir stuck in the holding pool of the hydroelectric dam. There is a crossing that acts as a good water source for wildlife during the dry season, but…...

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Isn’t She Lovely

Isn’t she lovely? Although she is very much a beauty, the joy that is Maia is her silliness and how contagious it is to those around her. There is a newer pond in the last yard that was finished a few months ago. It was dug during the dry season,…...

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Maia And Guida Enjoying The Rain

                The girls have been thoroughly enjoying the rain for the past two weeks. Technically we’re still in the dry season, but mother nature seems to be unaware of that fact. In such a short period of time, the colors are shifting and…...

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Mendoza Update

  MENDOZA UPDATE: CARE FROM START TO FINISH It has been a little while without a Mendoza update, but as everything with sanctuary, that doesn’t mean there isn’t anything going on behind the scenes.  One of the things we knew would have to happen before we could relocate any of…...

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Update on Ramba: Spring In Chile

Here is an update on Ramba from Consu in Chile: “The spring arrive and arrive with her all kindness and sweetness this also can you feel it in the mood of Rambita. She has been enjoy this day walking and taking long time trying to find the new and tasty…...

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Sanctuary For All

“Sanctuary for all” it’s a beautiful thing. This is how the rainy season begins each year- trees full of mangoes and macaws. In the beginning it’s green winged macaws, then it shifts to blue and gold macaws, with a couple of weeks with both. They are on the property during…...

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