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Parrots

Today the Macaw Sanctuary NATUWA welcomed four red-cockaded parrots (Amazona autumnalis) and two black pompadour (Amazona farinosa). These six birds came from the Osa Peninsula.

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Senior Citizens visit NATUWA

Here in NATUWA, we had the pleasure of enjoying a trail tour from a group of friendly, elderly people from Esparza de Puntarenas. The ladies

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Tortoises (Geochelone sulcata)

Two giant turtles arrived to the Macaw Sanctuary NATUWA. It is amazing to know that in our country there are animals transported from other continents.

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Birds

Chucuyo Parakeet

SINAC officials, entered the Macaw Sanctuary NATUWA with a very young Chucuyo parakeet. This young bird will be in the area of rehabilitation under an assisted rearing process,

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Owl ( Megascops cooperi).

Earlier today, an owl (Megascops cooperi) arrived to the Macaw Santuary NATUWA. SINAC employees from Esparza were involved with the rescue. “The owl was injured

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NATUWA Mural

Our great friend, Jason Mejía of the United States, recently traveled here for one week to develop a mural about the Macaw Sanctuary NATUWA. He left

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Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao)

By way of SINAC, arrived a scarlet macaw  (Ara macao) to the Macaw Sanctuary NATUWA,with deterriorating plumage from being poorly taken care of in captivity.

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