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International students seek out Selva Verde for research opportunities

Annabelle Mall, B.Sc., is a post-graduate student from Germany currently conducting research at Selva Verde.

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Welcoming New Staff at Selva Verde Lodge

Meet the new members of our team!

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Introducing Costa Rica’s New President: Carlos Alvarado

Who is Carlos Alvarado, Costa Rica's 48th President?


New tourism office, CATUSA, opens in Puerto Viejo, Sarapiquí

The Sarapiquí Tourism Chamber (CATUSA) celebrated its new office with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 15.

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The Rediscovery of a Species at Selva Verde Lodge & Reserve

It has been 44 years since Furipterus horrens, aka the Thumbless Bat, has been documented in Costa Rica—and today we are sharing the groundbreaking news of its reemergence at Selva Verde Lodge.

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Recent and upcoming events at the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center...  

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Exciting Finds in Selva Verde’s Rainforest Reserve

Take a look at the newest residents enjoying solace in Selva Verde’s reserve...

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High Praise for Selva Verde’s New Bridge

We are thrilled to announce that the bridge reconstruction is finished!

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Birds, birds, everywhere! Christmas Bird Count at Selva Verde Lodge & Reserve

On December 16, 2017, seven dedicated volunteers set out at sunrise...

Talamanca region by Lauren Gonzalez SVL blog

Mysterious wild dog sighting in unfamiliar territory

Camera trap photos reveal bush dogs in Costa Rica for first time

Amos Bien

Update from the SCLC: Saying goodbye to Amos Bien

On November 19, we bid farewell to a pioneer in sustainable tourism, a founding member of the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center Board, and dear friend, Amos Bien.