A Labor Day gift for the Children’s Eternal Rainforest
This Labor Day, Monteverde Conservation League US needs your help to plant a tree in the Children’s Eternal Rainforest. Just one dollar will pay to plant one new tree. Click here to donate money to plant a tree!
Denuded Pacific slope of Tilaran Mountains in Costa Rica needed as habitat for migrating species
To purchase and connect protected forested areas of the Children’s Eternal Rainforest to create biological corridors for migrating species.
The Land Purchase and Protection Campaign continues to seek appropriate lands to purchase for replanting and restoring corridors to save endangered species.
The job is urgent and HUGE! Any help that you can lend by donating to this effort is appreciated.
RECENT $22,000 GRANT to MCLUS FROM U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE
About two hundred species of neotropical migrant birds from Central America fly each summer to the United States to nest and raise their young. In late summer they fly thousands of miles back to their tropical homes. We share these wonderful songbirds, many of which spend more than half of the year in the Children’s Eternal Rainforest. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is interested in protecting both of their habitats in the U.S. and in the tropics. In a collaboration with other conservation organizations in the Monteverde Zone, the Monteverde Conservation League U.S. has been awarded a $22,000 3/1 matching grant by USFWS to continue to buy deforested land and replant it, providing restoration of needed habitat.