1. Visit the Bird Route The success of this project is dependent on sustained tourism to the sites involved, so come explore all that the Bird Route has to offer.
2. Make a Donation. Make a tax-deductible donation to the Costa Rican Bird Route project using the secure Paypal button here. Donations are used to support the efforts of the private landowners. This includes assistance with producing brochures, maintaining websites, creating signs, etc. Money will also be used for continuous education efforts within the communities of the Bird Route. Rainforest Biodiversity Group is looking to implement bird education curriculum within these communities as well as fund future workshops for the landowners.
3. Volunteer. Rainforest Biodiversity Group is looking for volunteers to work with the private landowners of the remote sites of the Bird Route, assisting them in developing their land for eco-tourism. These newly created reserves are at varying stages of development as eco-tourism sites.
We are looking for people year-round, to stay a minimum of three months. Work will vary depending on the site but will center around six main themes:
- ESL teaching for members of the community: children and adults
- Interpretation work: trails, maps, signs
- Environmental education: recycling, composting, reforestation, conservation
- Infrastructure development: building, trail maintenance
- Promotional materials design: site brochures, flyers
- Biological surveys: bird counts, species identification
Couples are welcome to apply!
For more information on volunteering and how to apply, please visit the Rainforest Biodiversity Group website.