Hawksbill Sea Turtle Research in Costa Rica

Hawksbill Sea Turtles are particularly threatened in the Eastern Pacific ocean, with only 500 nesting females left in the whole region. We have discovered that a small population of juvenile Hawksbill Sea Turtles uses the rocky reefs around the waters of Costa Rica to feed and grow.

Join Daniel Arauz as he explore the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, studying these animals, following their movements, and working with the local communities to ensure the survival of this species.

See the whole report of the expedition here