About Us

Dororg is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of injured, sick and orphaned wildlife.
Our ultimate objective is to assist in the recovery and release of native wildlife.

Our central station and tasks in the Manuel Antonio rainforest keep on making positive changes in the strength of the mono titi monkeys and several deserted, wiped out or harmed creatures who are aided and after that discharged from our Wildlife Rescue Center.

We are exceptionally glad that the imperiled Titi monkey populace has expanded from 1200 people in our general vicinity to around 3700 as per a current report, and will keep on administering our fruitful Monkey Bridge Project and reforestation endeavors to proceed with this pattern.

​Please go along with us by adapting additionally, giving liberally, going to us when you’re in Costa Rica, and volunteering when you can.

Rainforest untamed life passages have been upgraded by our reforestation program so the creatures have more advantageous reaches for their gatherings starting with one zone then onto the next without intersection streets or inn properties on the ground.

The cognizance of each guest to our Wildlife Sanctuary has been raised with the rainforest instruction we share there.

We Have a Great Team

Our Board of Directors come from a variety of professional backgrounds from across the world.

We establish strategic partnerships with the world’s most experienced and committed conservationists.

Lawrence Petrie

A keen yachtsman and editor of a cruising guide, Lawrence is constantly reminded of the effects of pollution in.

Ruth Aquilani

She is an avid beach-goer and commits to doing what she can to keep world beautiful, clean and healthy.

Jane Ansems

The appreciation and love that she has for wildlife and animals makes her especially concerned about environment