SIBU Wildlife Sanctuary in Nosara, Costa Rica

SIBU Sanctuary. Rehabilitating howler monkeys and other local species with a goal of releasing back into the wild..

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  • 2 years

    Happy Holidays from SIBU Sanctuary!

    The post Happy Holidays from SIBU Sanctuary! appeared first on SIBU Sanctuary.

  • 3 years

    2017 Calendars are Here!

    Order SIBU 2017 Calendars Now!
    We now have our new full color, glossy desk or wall calendars in stock here at SIBU Sanctuary as well as on line through our web site. Measuring 11″ X 17″, they’re filled with photos of Nosara’s monkeys and other wildlife. As before, they also include...

  • 4 years

    Join us for an Educational Visit

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  • 4 years

    Meet Lupita the Peccary

    We would like to give a warm welcome to the newest member of the SIBU family, Lupita!
    Lupita was domesticated as a baby, and is now about 7 years old. She is very friendly and enjoys having her belly scratched. Her previous human family had to move out of the country and could not take her along, so they brought her to us here at SIBU...

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Web host: pair Networks
Registrar: Public Interest Registry
Registrant: Statutory Masking Enabled
Updated: June 21, 2019
Expires: June 23, 2024
Created: June 23, 2015

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