Amazon Refuge Wildlife Conservation Research Center Amazon River Peru
Film Video Services Peru Amazon River
Amazon Refuge
Amazon Refuge
Wildlife Conservation Center

 There is a place on our planet where the rainforest
is home to more species of mammal
than any other place on Earth.

Amazon Refuge Wildlife Center Amazon Rain Forest Nature Lodge Peru 

Amazon Refuge - Photography, Film & Video Production Services
Plan your Amazon Project in the Peruvian Amazon:
  • Bilingual location coordinators
  • Indigenous rain forest Indian assistants
  • Scientific advisors
  • Expert Survivalist Professionals
  • Custom-built filming blinds
  • Scouting trips - Fixer
  • Customs clearance
  • Tree platforms, blinds and scaffolding towers
  • Filming permits (in national parks, reserved areas, archaeological sites etc)
  • Ground and air transportation (including airplane and helicopter charters)
  • Accommodations in our lodge and field camps
  • Iquitos City accommodations
  • Campings with meals including cookers, tents, etc
  • Telecommunications (By radio and Satellite phones)

Nature/Wildlfe Photographers • Film/Video Producers • Scientific Expeditions • Survival Expeditions
The Andes Mountains of Peru, seemingly endless valleys, deep river gorges, and snow-capped mountain peaks, birth the headwaters of the Amazon basin.
Flowing from the eastern slopes of the Andes two mighty rivers converge.
With the union of the Maranon and Ucayali rivers the Amazon River is born.

Here a one million-acre Amazon rainforest reserve is protected by a handful of Indian communities.

Small tributaries webbed from the surrounding lowlands flow into the Amazon River.
One, the Yanayacu de Yacapana River, is home to the San Juan de Yanayacu Indians, and the northern buffer zone of their community reserve.
The reserve area is one of the most biologically diverse places on earth.
Monkeys, jaguars, untold numbers of reptiles, birds, and insects, live amidst jungle flora and fauna just as they have for countless generations.

Parts of the Reserve consist of flood plains, rivers, streams, lakes and upland primary forest each supporting rich localized ecosystems.

There are over 132 species of mammals, 13 of which are primates.
The river and lake waters are home to gray and pink dolphins, Amazonian manatees, Giant River Otters, Black Caimans and giant South American River Turtles.
Land species include Jaguars, Capuchin Monkeys and Spider Monkeys. The Black Spider Monkey, the Orange-chested Spider Monkey, the Woolly Monkey, and the Howler Monkey are all considered endangered.
More than 500 species of birds live here, including five of the eight species of Macaw found in Peru.
With the cooperation and support of the San Juan de Yanayacu Indians 100-acres of their land was granted to Amazon Refuge for the construction of a research and conservation center.

The Mission of the Refuge includes providing employment for the local people so they may live productive and sustainable lives, in harmony with nature.

And to strengthen the rainforest ecosystem of the Yanayacu area by facilitating sound conservation principles and supporting protection of the community reserve.