Biosphere Reserves in South America

Andino Norpatagónica Biosphere Reserve (Argentina) The Editor Wed, 10/10/2018 - 19:32
The Andino Norpatagónica Biosphere Reserve is located in Argentina's northwestern Patagonia. It comprises five national parks and numerous other protected areas. The landscape is mostly mountainous, dominated by the Andes in the west, with sub-Andean plains and plateaus in the east.
Bañados del Este Biosphere Reserve (Uruguay) The Editor Sat, 12/15/2018 - 18:49
The Bañados del Este Biosphere Reserve comprises a remarkable complex of ecosystems and a vast complex of coastal wetlands. Together, these form a rich habitat for an assortment of wildlife, including myriad species that are categorized as near-threatened or endangered.
Beni Biosphere Reserve (Bolivia) The Editor Mon, 11/19/2018 - 20:43
One of the first protected areas to be established in Bolivia, the Beni Biosphere Reserve is located at the convergence of three biogeographical zones: the Amazon, the Chaco and the Cerrado. The reserve is home to important indigenous Amazonian groups.
Bioma Pampa-Quebradas del Norte Biosphere Reserve (Uruguay) The Editor Fri, 01/11/2019 - 17:28
The Bioma Pampa-Quebradas del Norte Biosphere Reserve is located in northern Uruguay and comprises a mosaic of different ecosystems, including a primary forest with subtropical jungle, the quebradas, which represents the southernmost vestige of the Atlantic Forest environment.