Help us build the first sensory Bio-Center on the Osa Peninsula

Did you leave your heart in Corcovado?

We found it - on a beetle

Almost every other day, a new species of insect is discovered in Corcovado National Park, Osa Peninsula. In fact, 80% of the area's insects are still unknown to science! And the park contains an astounding 2.5% of the world's total biodiversity.

The White Hawk Foundation now wants to build a Bio-Center in Puerto Jimenez, to function as an environmental education center - to teach locals, tourists, and the world, about the incredible biological richness of the area - and its importance for the health of our planet.

The Bio-Center will include a breathtaking insect museum with more than 8,000 species, an audio-visual rainforest experience, as well as a journey through a myriad of nature's smells and tastes. Together, this will provide visitors with a holistic view of our area's uniqueness, and the importance of preserving it. The Bio-Center will also have a gift shop and Cafe offering a taste of locally grown and harvested treats from the rainforest. The center will be completely self-sustained with electric solar panels and state of the art water management.

You may be part of this important moment, by donating on our website today! The goal for this endeavor is $200,000 for the Bio-Center and one year operational expenses.

Please share this campaign with your friends and family.

We're coming up to Earth Day, but every day is Earth Day here, on the Osa Peninsula.

Please join us and become a White Hawk Foundation Rainforest Guardian as we come together to save humanity and our precious Mother Earth!

   

Peace within to save the world~

Lana, Jim, Jenna, and Charlotte ~ White Hawk Foundation Board in Costa Rica~

to the Bio-Center fund

Land Donation Programs
Legacy Donation via check or bank transfer

Save and preserve a large swath of land that can protect forever the habitat of countless animals, birds, insects, reptiles, and other wildlife including four species of monkeys, jaguars, ocelots,or tapirs.

Contact us for bank institution  or check information

Save 500+ Square Meters of Rainforest

Save and preserve 500 or more square meters which can protect the habitat of countless animals, birds, insects, reptiles, and other wildlife including 4 species of monkeys, jaguars, ocelots,or tapirs.

$500+

Save 250 Square Meters of Rainforest

You can save and preserve the approximate area needed to sustain eight large trees (at least 4-inches in diameter) in the rainforest habitat that needs your protection.  The trees in turn sustains the soil, shade, water, and oxygen for many species of insects, birds, amphibians, mammals, and hosts many other plant species.

$250

Save 100 Square Meters of Rainforest

You can save and preserve the approximate area needed to sustain three large trees (at least 4-inches in diameter) in the rainforest habitat that needs your protection.  The trees in turn sustains the soil, shade, water, and oxygen for many species of insects, birds, amphibians, mammals, and hosts many other plant species.

$100

Save 60 Square Meters of Rainforest

You can save and preserve the approximate area needed to sustain two large trees (at least 4-inches in diameter) in the rainforest habitat that needs your protection.  The trees in turn sustains the soil, shade, water, and oxygen for many species of insects, birds, amphibians, mammals, and hosts many other plant species.

$60

Save 30 Square Meters of Rainforest

You can save and preserve the approximate area needed to sustain one large tree (at least 4-inches in diameter) in the rainforest habitat that needs your protection.  The tree in turn sustains the soil, shade, water, and oxygen for many species of insects, birds, amphibians, mammals, and hosts many other plant species.

$25

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Lana Wedmore

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