Gonza spent over 20 years protecting Endangered Yellow-eared Parrots and their habitat.
Amazing women from the Santa Maria Community in a stunning part of Colombia embrace conservation and their love and passion for nature.
Women for Conservation successfully funded an ambitious donation campaign to halt illegal logging that was decimating critical habitat in the Chocó rainforest.
Located within the lush rainforests of central Colombia, El Paujil Reserve and El Jaguar Reserve together protect over 13,300 acres and are refuges to many threatened and endangered species. However, since the arrival of COVID-19, increases in trespassing on reserve property have posed a worsening threat to the conservation of these species and their habitat....
Women for Conservation is partnering with Fundación ProAves to save vital acres of Chocó rainforest, made possible only through donor support.
Women for Conservation partnered with Fundación ProAves to bring swift aid to rural peoples during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
Women for Conservation supports Ninfa Estella Carianil in her groundbreaking role as the first woman to work as a reserve ranger for Fundación ProAves!
Women for Conservation recently partnered with Fundación ProAves to renovate and revitalize the Ecocenter of the richly biodiverse Reserva Natural de Las Aves El Pangán.
Colombia is one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet, attracting high levels of nature-based tourism. Women for Conservation is building a sustainable future for rural communities in these eco-hotspots by training residents as bird guides with lessons in bird identification and English language skills.
As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the globe, food scarcity is a rising problem, particularly in developing nations like Colombia. Women for Conservations is turning its attention to urgent relief efforts, supplying families in key biodiversity conservation sites with much-needed food supplies and basic necessities.