Chronicling RTPI's conservation efforts in Costa Rica

Every year, Roger Tory Peterson Institute researchers travel to a Costa Rican rainforest with high school students from the Forman School in Connecticut. During their two weeks in the tropics, the team works to study species and their habitats first-hand — knowledge they then take back home with them.

We also experimented with 360 video to visualize the true, life-like experience of these efforts. 

So far, this important story about connecting with nature, both globally and locally, has reached over 3,800 people. 

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