Hacienda Barú Blog
 
 En la Hacienda Barú comenzamos a trabajar para salvar las tortugas marinas loras (Lepidochelys olivacea) en el año 1984. Habían tantos cazadores furtivos en la playa desenterrando los huevos de las tortugas que nos preocupamos de que ninguna tortugita estuviera eclosionando para irse al mar y que la especie estaba en peligr
September 11, 2017 0  12
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By Jack Ewing At Hacienda Barú we began working to save the olive ridley marine turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) in the year 1984. There were so many poachers on the beach digging up the turtle eggs that we grew concerned that no baby turtles were hatching, and the species was dying out. So we competed with […]
September 11, 2017 0  53
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by Jack Ewing Podrían pensar que después de 45 años en Hacienda Barú yo habría visto o escuchado todo lo que la selva tropical tiene para ofrecer. Eso, por supuesto, está lejos de ser el caso. El martes 8 de agosto de 2017 ocurrió algo que ni yo ni ninguno de nuestros guías u otros […]
August 13, 2017 0  20
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by Jack Ewing You would think that after 45 years at Hacienda Barú that I would have seen or heard about everything that the rainforest has to offer. That, of course, is far from being the case. On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 something happened that neither I nor any of our guides or other employees […]
August 13, 2017 0  279
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by Jack Ewing Environmentalists and people in the real estate business don’t usually like each other very well. The former tend to blame the latter of environmental destruction while the latter accuse the former of obstructing development and progress. In spite of this on a strip of coastal land in southern Costa Rica, 80
July 12, 2017 0  36
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