The Chocó and its vast rain forests in western Colombia are considered one of the most important biological hot spots on Earth. Housing an extraordinary concentration of endemic birds, plants, and amphibians (species found nowhere else in the world), this treasure trove of life is tragically threatened - creating an urgent need for us to work with local communities to save this precious jewel.
4 months ago Planting trees in the Sacred lagoon Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, considered sacred by various indigenous communiti… https://t.co/0KgPKyAuvD
5 months ago Such Exciting news! "“Extinct” for 112 Years: Galapagos Giant Tortoise Rediscovery Confirmed." Secure the conservat… https://t.co/T0Ux7ax2It
5 months ago Happy World Biodiversity Day!
We are thrilled to celebrate this very special day by sharing a video of the endanger… https://t.co/DMID9Jws2f
5 months ago Today is World Diversity Day!
Cultural diversity is what makes our planet such and interesting and wonderful place… https://t.co/lNKi2bxiFV
6 months ago Ninfa has won the international first prize! She has show resilience and strength. Thank you IUCN and World Commiss… https://t.co/LcdE2kPDzn