In 1998, we created Fundación de Conservación Jocotoco, an Ecuadorian non-governmental organization (NGO), to protect areas of critical importance for the conservation of threatened species in Ecuador. We achieve this goal by acquiring and managing land as biological reserves. So far, we have established a network of 16 reserves, which together add up to 24,500 hectares.
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Las propuestas más relevantes de conservación e investigación de pastizales naturales de las Américas, con un énfasis en Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Colombia, Paraguay y Uruguay, podrán obtener un subsidio desde $6000 hasta $12000.
Migration is one of the most compelling aspects of the avian world, with billions of birds travelling vast distances across the globe twice each year. Many do so along well-established routes known as flyways, and there are nine such major flight paths around the world. We take a look at the Pacific Flyway in the Americas, its special species, sites and habitats, the threats facing birds migrating along the route and the vital work underway to protect them.
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