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Nosara Wildlife Emergency 8824-3323
Cécile is really enjoying playing in the howler nursery now. She is very confident and climbs, jumps and swings all day long! We are hoping all her showing off will encourage some of the younger babies to work on their climbing skills. ... See MoreSee Less
We're still looking for volunteers to help out on the day of the Stop the Shocks Monkey Race. Help is needed registering people, keeping time, giving out awards/medals, passing out water for runners, and more! Please contact email@example.com if you would like to help out. ... See MoreSee Less
As a volunteer at Refuge for Wildlife you will be helping us with our injured and orphaned baby monkeys and other wildlife. This is a life-changing experience and a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with these magnificent animals.
Support Refuge for Wildlife and the Stop the Shocks program by running in the 5th annual Monkey Race on July 30th organized by Nosara Home School Beach Academy!
We are also looking for volunteers to help with various tasks including making certificates for the donations, advertising, getting donations, pre-registration, registration on race day, time keepers, award and medal distribution, water stations, time recorders, and raffle organizing.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
Emmitt was brought to us by MINAE because his mother was electrocuted and died. He misses his mother and cries out for her often, but soon he'll be ready to join the other orphans in the howler nursery where he'll make friends for life. Please help us save the Shock Survivors: refugeforwildlife.com/save-the-shock-survivors/... See MoreSee Less
Injuries caused by electrocution is what we see most often in the Refuge for Wildlife clinic. Every year Refuge for Wildlife rescues hundreds of monkeys and other wildlife that have been electrocuted due to uninsulated power lines and transformers.