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Current Projects

Ecuador: Coastal Forests for Biodiversity
Connecting the last remnants of Ecuador’s lowland coastal forest to Andean cloud forest.
The Olinguito
Protecting the world’s most recently discovered carnivore (Bassaricyon neblina) in the cloud forests of Colombia.
Colombia Orchids and Hummingbirds
Restoring cattle pasture to create habitat for some of the world’s rarest birds and flowers.
URGENT PROJECT
Ecuador Rainforest Corridor
  • $27675RAISED
  • 61%COMPLETE
  • $17673NEEDED
  • $45348GOAL

We’re working hard in Ecuador to Connect, Protect and Restore some of the last remaining lowland coastal rainforest on the western side of the Andes. Much of this region has been degraded. What remains is under intense threat from logging. SavingSpecies is supporting a forest corridor connectivity and restoration project in the north-west coastal region of Ecuador. Help us support urgently needed forest restoration and land purchases to improve habitat connectivity for critically endangered capuchin monkeys and glass frogs. Donate here.

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What We Do

“What was once a degraded cattle pasture is becoming lush tropical forest.”~ Stuart Pimm, Founder of SavingSpecies

Why We Do It

“There is hope for the future of nature; for the future of endangered species.” ~ Cassidy Horn

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