Places We Protect

Maya Forest

More than 6 million acres of lowland jungle form the largest contiguous forested area in Mexico and Central America. It harbors numerous Mayan ruins and endangered species. Find out what we are doing in the Maya Forest.

Our Rio Bravo Climate Action Project ensures the conservation and sustainable management of 15,550 acres of forest in Belize.

Maya Mountain Marine Corridor

This million-acre stretch of protected areas in southern Belize extends from the crest of the Maya Mountains to the Caribbean Sea. Find out what we are doing in the Maya Mountain Marine Corridor.

Mesoamerican Reef

In Belize, Conservancy scientists have identified more than 13 spawning aggregation sites of endangered reef fish in the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. Find out what we are doing in the Mesoamerican Reef.


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