Camp Life at Taboga

This could be you!

Our project recruits about 3 assistants each year to live and work with us in Costa Rica. Keep an eye out for our advertisements on the Primate Info Net and Animal Behavior Society websites. We are looking for enthusiastic, fun-loving, biologists who are looking for extensive time outdoors and field experience in behavioral biology of primates and can make a one-year (or longer) commitment. If you can stand the heat and humidity, this is a great project for getting experience for graduate school in behavioral ecology and evolution.

La Casa de los Moneros


C@T moneros
From left to right: Countney, Juan Carlos, Jahmaira, Alex, and Celia


Turns out umbrellas work better than raincoats…