The Jaguar Rescue Center in Costa Rica is looking for volunteers, particularly RVTs, to help them out. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic there are not many skilled volunteers applying and funding has dried up. The border is currently open to Canadians, and a fellow Canadian has been living in Costa Rica and volunteering at the Jaguar Rescue Center. She said she is happy to assist anyone with the logistics once they arrive, or answer any questions about living in Costa Rica. The Center is full of baby sloths and monkeys and every kind of mammal and bird in the tropics. The Center tries to treat and release whenever possible. Interested RVTs can visit the Jaguar Rescue Center’s website to learn more.