Amazon Refuge Wildlife Conservation Research Amazonas Peru
Amazon Refuge
Amazon Refuge: Amazonas Peru
Wildlife Conservation Research



 In collaboration with Awajun Native communities of Amazonas our new area of research is in ~18,000 sq km (~7,000 sq mi) of primary jungle.

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With 2022 approaching and after years of research from our Amazon River location we are moving our operations to the Maranon River, headwaters of the Amazon River.

This allows us to establish a chain of tented-outposts in the remote primary rainforest of the Department of Amazonas Peru: ~40,000 sq km (~15,000 sq mi).

In collaboration with Awajun Native communities of Amazonas our new area of research is in the Condorcanqui Province, ~18,000 sq km (~7,000 sq mi).

Our base of operations is the town of Santa Maria de Nieva: The capital of the province of Condorcanqui located on the banks of the Maranon River and the Nieva River with a tropical, warm and rainy climate.
lat/lon 4°36'0.04"S 77°51'57.04"W
Our Mission 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 Amazonas area by facilitating sound conservation principles and supporting protection of the community reserve.

info@amazonrefuge.com 
1-305-215-6182