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Save the date for Pint for Parrots! Come out and have some fun with us at Belching Beaver and help with scarlet macaw conservation at the same time. This will be a very exciting day full of great events and attractions. All ages are welcome! Enjoy live music by Offramp Beggars with a pint while your kids enjoy our kid fun zone. With a kid fun card for $10 they are able to get their face painted, have a caricature drawn and create some crafts to take home. Tastey food trucks will be available to grab some grub. Unique items will also be for sale for purchase. Of course we will also have amazing items for our silent auctions and raffle.
So many fun activities and all of it will come right back to parrot conservation! We will be able to continue to help support the reintroduced scarlet macaws in Costa Rica and continue to educate the locals about their importance. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door and online. Online purchases will receive a parrot keychain bottle opener while supplies last so make sure to get yours soon. Kids under 10 are free! Thank you so much for your continued support! Can’t wait to see you there!
Tickets are $10
Our partners at Hatched to Fly Free are working hard to protect, rescue, rehabilitate and release wild parrots back into the wild in Costa Rica. They just recently rescued fourteen juvenile parrots but because they are a new organization and the scarlet macaw was the primary focus they are in need of two more release aviaries for small and medium sized parrots as well. We have launched this Gofundme to raise funds to build one new release aviary to start. Please follow the link for more information and updates on the project.
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Our conservation partners in Tiskita, Costa Rica are in desperate need of your help!
Our biologists Thomas and Susan are working diligently to educate the locals about the severe threats to scarlet macaws such as wildlife trafficking and deforestation while continuing to monitor the wild population on a daily basis. Unfortunately, the program has no motorized vehicle and had to say goodbye to the last working bicycle as it has rusted beyond repair due to the hot, humid ocean weather (see photo). Ideally, we would love to purchase at least four new bikes to allow our biologists, interns and volunteers to go out together. Please help Intertwined Conservation Corp. raise the funds to purchase new aluminum bikes for our biologists. Without these bikes they cannot cover as much ground as they crucially need to be covering in order to protect this remaining population in Tiskita.
Your help through a small donation can make a world of difference!
Thank you! Pura Vida!