Since 1997, The Nature Conservancy has been collaborating with partners in Chile to conserve ecologically important lands and waters for people and for nature.
Remarkably, even though Chile has an extensive park system, many of its prized species aren't included in those boundaries. Because many of Chile's most biodiverse areas are located on private lands, the Conservancy has concentrated much of its work in Chile on private lands conservation.
Camera traps deployed in southern Chile have revealed the presence of the critically endangered Darwin's fox. Learn more about this amazing discovery.
From October 30 – November 2 in the rivers and seas of southern Chile.
The project will protect 50,000 hectares of native forest and endemic species in the Los Ríos region.