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Costa Rica: Sea Turtles & Forest Ecology

Costa Rica is well known as an ecological wonderland. This in-depth program features two regions of this spectacular nation that will give students the opportunity to delve into multiple field projects. This enriching experience features ongoing work alongside scientists in sea turtle preservation and forest ecology. We will tour a sustainable coffee farm and work…
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Costa Rica: Sea Turtles, Dolphins & Whales

On this marine biology excursion, live like a scientist while exploring the Osa Peninsula and other hidden gems of Costa Rica! Surrounded by beaches, mangroves and estuaries, this region creates unique habitats for both permanent and migratory species. Students will join researchers working on current sea turtle, dolphin, and whale conservation projects and collect data…
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Costa Rica: Butterflies, Birds and Big Cats

Following a day at the Arenal Volcano and La Fortuna Waterfalls, students will visit the Monteverde Frog Pond and Butterfly Garden to study the unique biology of cloud forest creatures. A visit to the Instituto Asis Wildlife Center and later the Las Pumas Rescue Facility will expose students to the different stages of rehabilitation animals…
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Channel Islands Marine Program

Explore the Santa Barbara Channel Islands and discover the beauty of the region, commonly referred to as the “Galapagos of the North”. Students will learn about this biodiversity hotspot and practice the skills and methods used by real scientists to understand it! Get up close and personal with the diverse marine life of the channels…
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Costa Rica: Endangered Species Expedition

Begin your Costa Rican adventure by exploring the Arenal Volcano, Venado Caves, and La Fortuna waterfall! Witness unique species of endangered frogs, butterflies and monkeys, and navigate the cloud forest canopy of Monteverde on an exhilarating zip-lining tour. Learn about biodiversity, habitat conservation, sustainable practices and human impact. Travel from the mountains to the sea…
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