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How We Do It in Costa Rica: Part II

By Frontiergap @FrontierGap

Our Costa Rica Osa Peninsula projects are proving extremely popular with our volunteers – and for good reason.  Every week we are being sent some great reports and amazing photos back from the jungle, showing us what our volunteers and staff are getting up to.

Check out the best of the latest photos from Beth below and, if you missed them previously, make sure you take the time to enjoy our first Osa photo showcase!

Fantastic wildlife in the Costa Rican jungle
Volunteers discovering wildife
Volunteers on turtle patrol
Dinner with friends
Beautiful sunset
Sunset over the Osa


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