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Toucan dies after being shot with BB gun

Local residents told Firefighters officers that they have seen a group of youngsters shooting BB guns “at everything in the San José de Atenas neighborhood.”

Road checks to fight wildlife trafficking during Holy Week

Think before you take home that wild plant or animal from vacation.

Costa Rica judge releases poachers hours after cops catch them with dozens of dead birds

National Police officers and Environment Ministry officials last Friday caught two poachers transporting 62 birds in the central Pacific district of Montes de Oro, in Costa Rica's Puntarenas province.

Suspected poaching ring leader arrested, accused of killing tapir

The suspect was found with a .22-caliber rifle, a machete and a dog that reportedly was used for hunting. He was arrested for carrying a weapon illegally. Three others with him fled.

National Police arrest 6 hunters inside Palo Verde National Park

Officials of the National System of Conservation Areas last weekend conducted inspections in several protected areas in the northwestern province of Guanacaste, resulting in the arrest of six hunters inside Palo Verde National Park, the agency reported Thursday.

Hunter under investigation for killing Costa Rican cougar

Prosecutors in the southern Pacific canton of Buenos Aires, in the province of Puntarenas, are investigating a local man for allegedly killing a Costa Rican cougar (Puma concolor costaricensis), an endangered species in the country.

Hunters ignore Costa Rican ban, kill mother deer, fawn near Carara National Park

Park officials and volunteers found a wounded deer that died during surgery. Her baby was also killed.

President Chinchilla signs ban on hunting for sport

Fine for killing animals is ₡1.5 million ($3,000).

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