Rainforest Trust’s Colombian partner purchased 494 acres to protect the Blue-billed Curassow and other critically endangered species.
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A second grade class from Sacramento, CA, motivated their school to raise $1,368 to save acres of rainforest in Palawan and the Amazon.
CEDIA is working with Peru’s National Park Service to create a new 740,000-acre reserve protecting fragile Amazonian ecosystems.
Created with Rainforest Trust’s support in 2012, a critical Guatemalan reserve has expanded eightfold after receiving national protection.
Rainforest Trust, together with its UK partner World Land Trust, raised $1.7 million to save rainforest habitat for the Bornean Orangutan.
The discovery in the expanded Buenaventura Reserve confirms that protection of Ecuador’s El Oro Tapaculo has been greatly increased.
Wildlife artist Kitty Harvill is using her talents to raise awareness of threats facing the critically endangered Northern Brown Howler Monkey.
With the generous aid of its supporters, Rainforest Trust raised funds to protect 102,616 acres of Amazon rainforest for Earth Day.
The Ecuadorian Capuchin monkey has lost most of its habitat, but a project by our partner Jocotoco offers the species a new chance.
Orange-winged Parrots make the Brazilian Reserve home in response to increased protection.
Thanks to the support of our board members who cover the majority of our operating expenses, Rainforest Trust is able to allocate 100% of your project donation directly to conservation action.
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