The Conservancy works to conserve critical biodiversity found on indigenous lands.
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Podocarpus National Park
This area has one of the largest concentrations of bird species in Ecuador, with more than 500 registered species.
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Galera-San Francisco Marine Reserve
This reserve protects a wider array of marine species than the Galápagos, the country’s only other marine protected area.
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This forests are located in two distinct areas: on the central Pacific coastline in the Cordillera de la Costa Mountains and on the southern coast near the Peruvian border in Tumbes-Piura area.
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The Condor Bioreserve
This is perhaps the most ambitious single conservation project in Ecuador. The region is is a 5.4 million-acre mosaic of public protected areas, farms, ranches, and indigenous territories.
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