Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) is a Registered Canadian Charity

Aug 26/19- ARC responds to the Amazon fires (updated)

Amazon Rainforest Conservancy is saving threatened tropical rainforest habitats in the Peruvian jungle acre by acre. We have 1,416 hectares (3,500 acres) of land in our care, that we are passionate about preserving and conserving to protect the biodiversity and enhance the survival of wildlife, species and ecosystems.
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Your donation will help us continue to purchase threatened tropical rainforest habitats in Tambopata, Peru for conservation, protection, education and research.

CONSERVATION OF PRIMARY RAINFOREST

Rainforests are being destroyed at a rate of over 80,000 acres per day! ARC is taking action by acquiring land that would otherwise be deforested by illegal loggers and environmentally damaged by illegal mining.
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RESEARCH & EDUCATION

ARC’s scientists are collecting meaningful biological data that will be used to influence legislation designed to protect wildlife and their habitats. We are also testing and developing new strategies and technologies for conservation.
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PROTECTION OF CRITICAL SPECIES

ARC is the proud protector of many endangered species that live on our land, including: giant river otters, jaguars, anacondas, harpy eagles, tapirs, anteaters and giant armadillos.
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Your donations are helping the amazon rainforest

WHERE DID YOUR DONATIONS GO?

In August, as the world’s attention shifted to the fires in the Amazon rainforest, the Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC) had its best financial month ever. Thank you to the 528 people who donated a total of $38,421 CDN to ARC last month. And here’s a pie chart...
Slash and burn Amazon fires

ARC RESPONDS TO THE AMAZON FIRES

Update: Message from Jana Bell, President of Amazon Rainforest Conservancy (ARC), on the Amazon Fires, Monday August 26, 2019 As the Amazon fires continue to rage, many people have reached out to ARC asking, “What can I do?” The bad news is we can’t easily stop...

THE JEWELS OF THE RAINFOREST

It’s not surprising that Tambopata, Peru holds the world record for the highest number of butterfly species. This extraordinary region is one of the world’s most biologically diverse. More than 4,000 different types of butterflies make their home here! These...