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Places We Protect

Ecuador

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At 19,347 feet, Cotopaxi is currently the world's highest active volcano.

Ecuadorian Amazon

The Conservancy works to conserve critical biodiversity found on indigenous lands.
Find out what we do in the Ecuadorian Amazon

Podocarpus National Park

This area has one of the largest concentrations of bird species in Ecuador, with more than 500 registered species.
Find out what we are doing in Podocarpus National Park

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.
Find out what we are doing in the Galera-San Francisco Marine Reserve

Dry Forests

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.
Find out what we are doing in the dry forests

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.
Find out what we are doing in the Condor Bioreserve

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