The mammals in the rainforest are as diverse as all its other inhabitants, and many are exotic and fascinating.  Troops of monkeys swiftly move past lethargic sloths in the canopy.  Bats nest in all sorts of places, from abandoned termite nests to the underside of palm leaves.  At night, predators like the Ocelot roam in the brush in search of food.

Become part of the 'Butterfly Effect'

Why Pierella? What is a Pierella?

The Pierella is a butterfly native to Costa Rica – Pierella hevina.
This small creature is behind the theory of the ‘Butterfly Effect’
that states small efforts can result in far reaching outcomes.

Restoring rainforest results in these ‘Butterfly Effects’:
Biodiversity; carbon capture; ecosystem services;
sustainability; and wildlife corridors.