We show CREMA’S Hawksbill Sea Turtle Research Project
Costa Rica is still in the scene of countries that do not protect sharks
Volunteers moved efforts to raise funds for CREMA
Shark Guardians of Cocos Island
Aprobada Consulta del Proyecto de Ley 21754
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Fins from endangered hammerhead sharks in Hong Kong market traced mainly to Eastern Pacific
Snapper fishery rebounds in Coyote and Bejuco, Nandayure, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
Scientist document connectivity between Cocos Island and Las Gemelas
International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Crema doing research of the stingray population in Cabo Blanco
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Hammerhead sharks are Critically Endangered, and Costa Rica lands 10,000 specimens per year, with the joint blessing of the Costa Rican Fisheries Institute INCOPESCA the Inter American Tropical Tuna Commission IATTC and the Central American Regional Fisheries Body Sica Ospesca.
This group of friends, volunteers from Turtle Trax and CREMA in past seasons, such as because of COVID 19, we’re unable to travel to Costa Rica to continue helping sea turtles, decided to do so from their homes and developed these reusable fascial protectors, contributing at the same time to reduce contamination by waste.
El día de ayer, 3 de junio 2020 se aprobó la moción para que se consulte el proyecto de ley 21.754 “REFORMA AL PÁRRAFO CUARTO DEL ARTÍCULO 1 DE LA LEY DE CONSERVACIÓN DE VIDA SILVESTRE n 7317”, a varias instituciones y organizaciones.
Cocos Island, one of the last frontiers on the planet for sharks. However, even here sharks are in trouble.
The small scale fishers of Coyote and Bejuco, Guanacaste, Costa Rica, landed more spotted rose snapper in 2019 than they had ever landed in any of the 12 previous years since records have been kept, with more than twice as much snapper landed when compared to 2011.
Scientists Document First Evidence of Hammerhead Shark Swimming Persistently Between Cocos Island National Park and Las Gemelas Seamount
Scientists Document First Evidence of Hammerhead Shark Swimming Persistently Between Cocos Island National Park and Las Gemelas Seamount Shark Connectivity Emphasizes Need for Greater Protections Outside Oceanic Hotspots (San José, Costa Rica - March 27,2020) A...
Popular Initiative would return wildlife status to sharks in Costa Rica The initiative could be voted within a year (San José, Costa Rica – January 29, 2020). Last Monday January 27, a bill was officially published in Costa Rica’s official Gazette to modify...
Bill that would return wildlife status to sharks in Costa Rica was signed by the Congress’s Environment Commission. Coalition of NGOs submitted bill, December the 17th, 2020 A popular initiative consisting of a bill that would return wildlife status to sharks was...
Endangered Hawksbill sea turtle is freed after 4 months of rehabilitation Two hooks were found inside her throat (San José Costa Rica – May 14, 2019). A juvenile endangered hawksbill turtle was freed into its natural hábitat las Saturday May 11, in Malpaís,...
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