How can I help wildlife in Costa Rica?

#DejaTuHuella a home for wild animals that cannot be released.

We have 22 precincts, food preparation areas and a care area, all in order to help you in the best way.

When an animal enters our facilities, it requires care, equipment, specific feeding and appropriate facilities for its rehabilitation in the best of cases, or for its residence in the event that it cannot be released.

Therefore, each aspect requires materials and equipment with which you can leave your mark in the #DejaTuHuella Donation Program. These donations are specifically the materials and equipment that are required both in the rehabilitation area and in the resident animal enclosures, for which we detail the list below:

The first thing you should do is not to market, hunt, or interact with wild animals since we must not alter or interfere with their behavior and natural habitat.

Because many people do not know how to really help wildlife, measures are often taken that harm the natural cycle of each species. For this reason, one of the purposes of the Monkey Park Foundation is to educate residents and visitors about the life of wild animals in their natural habitat, so that if they require help we can interfere, help them and otherwise not interfere. The Monkey Park Foundation is a home for those wild animals that cannot be 100% rehabilitated, which is why they must remain in our facilities since they could not survive free in their natural environment on their own.

Donations of materials and equipment for the care and maintenance of venues

You can bring these donations directly to our facilities.



Tools and Materials

Rakes, Shovels, Saran, Nails, Screws, Paints, Brushes, Thinner, Folding Ladder, Knives, Chopping boards


Required equipment

Incubator, Electric Heater, Kennel, X-ray equipment, surgical table.

#DejaTuHuella to a home for wild animals that cannot be released.

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