Tag archive: 'conservation'

Latest Finca Luna Nueva Updates (July 2023)

It’s been a deeply fulfilling year for us, and we finally have a chance to say hello and update you on the latest. So, where do we start? Did we mention how busy we are? Thank you, Thank you, and Thank you for all your wonderful support of our regenerative experience and mission. Let’s start […]
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Sloths in Paradise!

Nature guides declare that two-toed sloths and three-toed sloths share common territories in the Costa Rican rainforest, and we now have photographic proof!  Yesterday, a Hoffman’s two-toed sloth, Choloepus hoffmanni,  parked herself in an acerola cherry tree near our reception area. She calmly (of course!) posed for our guests and spent a leisurely day with […]
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A small “tents” builder

When we think of bats we usually imagine that they spend their days sleeping in caves or inside old churches and castles. This is part of our collective culture but it is not the usual thing. The reader will surely be surprised that of the more than 1,100 species of bats known (Simmons 2005), approximately […]
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