Interwinged Conservation Corp
Intertwined Conservation began as a connecting base for nature – its beauty, mysteries, and inhabitants – and people who have grown increasingly distant from their origins. We crave to observe first-hand trees taller than skyscrapers, waterfalls in hidden canyons, troops of monkeys in their natural habitats, and other natural wonders that are rapidly changing and disappearing. Where we find these treasures, we also find local efforts in need of support and greater awareness to preserve and protect them.
On our quest to preserve biodiversity, we start by working closely with conservation organizations for the preservation and protection of endangered and threatened habitat and species in Costa Rica. Using the scarlet macaw as our flagship species, we are educating communities in Costa Rica about the importance of protecting wildlife and working with them to monitor a reintroduced population of these birds.
We begin our work in Central America, and will expand our efforts with every opportunity that is presented. There is work to be done on every continent, and we seek to make a difference wherever possible.