When I visited Costa Rica for the first time in 2019, I instantly fell in love with its beauty and incredible biodiversity. I met many great people and visited amazing places. Especially the Osa peninsula fascinated me. It is one of the most biodiverse areas on earth. Unfortunately, this amazing area faces many threats like poaching, hunting and forests being cleared to make room for palmoil farms. A good friend of mine, Jim Córdoba-Alfaro, is the founder of the Biosur Foundation and the Insectopia Museum. He is an entomologist, activist and one of the most dedicated people I have ever met. The Biosur Foundation protects a big area of rainforest on the Osa peninsula, promotes scientific research and involves the communities of the region in conservation.

I am proud to say that the Biosur Foundation is a partner of mine. I will continue to support this organization with personal donations and by selling calendars or prints.
As a wildlife photographer, I feel obliged to support conservation in any way that I can. Please visit the website by clicking on the logo and make a donation if you can.