As the saying goes: “every cloud has its silver lining.” Despite the global health emergency due to COVID-19, CREMA ‘s small working team continues in the battle to record and ensure to be present at our beaches to protect and conserve the nesting populations of sea turtles in the south of the Nicoya Peninsula.
We invite all of you to support our effort and fight to protect endangered marine life.
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.