Today’s guest, Adriana Aguilar Borbon, is an Educator & Volunteer Manager at Proyecto Asis. Adriana is an integral part of the project’s mission to educate the public about the darker side of wildlife tourism and human-wildlife conflict. All the animals at their facility were either confiscated by the Ministry or injured due to coming into contact with humans. She views every interaction as an opportunity to educate people on how to properly live with wildlife and why animals are better in their natural habitat and not in our homes. Because of her hard work and dedication, Adriana is also a member of the Anteater, Sloth & Armadillo Specialist Group for the IUCN.
This episode is Part 2 of the Costa Rica: Life, Lava & Forests series!
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