Costa Rica: Kèköldi is a 5000 hectare reserve

Kèköldi is a 5000 hectare reserve with protected humid primary forest
and other different types of habitat like abandoned cacao plantations,
second growth and organic fields, where we preserve over 330 bird
species including 17 hummingbird species. The Kèköldi Wak bird
conservation and monitoring program as a long-term program could be a
great alternative and opportunity for those students who want to build
their resume. For those who are biologists, bird watchers or bird
banders it will make a difference in regards to bird conservation
through science.

Contribute with your time and volunteer fee of $900
per month which covers: meals, lodging at the scientific center and
bird banding and monitoring training. Contribute with your time and
volunteer fee of $900 per month which covers: meals, lodging at the
scientific center and raptor ID training. For more info, contact: Lic.
DANIEL MARTÍNEZ A., Programa de Monitoreo y Conservación de Aves,
Kèköldi Wak ka koneke, Territorio Indígena Kèköldi, Talamanca, Costa
Rica. jacamerops@yahoo.com , CELL: 506-885 826 89, Scientific Center
506-220 http://naturalezacordoba.blogspot.com/2008/12/costa-rica_29.html

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