Cloudbridge Nature Reserve

High in a Costa Rican cloud forest, in the valley below Mt Chirripó, a unique conservation venture is under way.
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve
Cloudbridge Nature ReserveFriday, August 10th, 2018 at 5:55am
Rosie Gerolemou terminado recientemente un estudio sobre las actitudes de los agricultores en el valle de Chirripo para depredadores salvajes y cómo anteriores casos de depredación afectan su actitud frente a los carnívoros. Encontró que la mayoría de los participantes fueron tolerante de carnívoros salvajes, a menos que previamente habían, o anticipada, problemas con ellos. Conciencia de conservación de vida silvestre y tomar precauciones para reducir la depredación fueron encontrados para aumentar la tolerancia. Usted puede leer su informe aquí (http://cloudbridge.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/2018-Gente-y-carnivoros-en-Costa-Rica-Gerolemou.pdf).

Rosie Gerolemou recently finished up a study on the attitudes of farmers in the Chirripó Valley to wild predators and how previous instances of predation affected their attitudes to carnivores. She found that most participants were tolerant of wild carnivores, unless they previously had, or anticipated, problems with them. Awareness of wildlife conservation and taking precautions to reduce predation were found to increase tolerance. You can read her summary report here (http://cloudbridge.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/2018-Reducing-conflict-livestock-owners-predators-Costa-Rica-Gerolemou.pdf).
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve
Cloudbridge Nature ReserveTuesday, July 31st, 2018 at 10:15am
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve
Cloudbridge Nature ReserveThursday, July 26th, 2018 at 9:11am
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve
Cloudbridge Nature ReserveSunday, July 22nd, 2018 at 11:24am
Toda la información sobre la presentación de Ganaderías Sostenible!
Cloudbridge Nature Reserve
Cloudbridge Nature ReserveFriday, July 20th, 2018 at 4:27pm
Had the pleasure of hosting this adventurous group of guys from the UK. In the few days that they were here at the reserve we managed to keep them pretty busy. Some of the highlights include hiking up to Vulture Rock, planting trees, and a demonstration of tree climbing from an experienced climber volunteering at CB.
Thank you all!

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