Alto Mayo Protection Forest: Preserving Peru's Natural Treasure

The Alto Mayo Protection Forest in Peru covers 182,000 hectares of pristine nature and is home to diverse wildlife. Despite deforestation challenges, Conservation International is collaborating with local communities and government entities to sustain this vital ecosystem and preserve its enduring beauty and ecological significance.

Bicentenario-Ayacucho Biosphere Reserve: Nature, History, and Culture in Peru's Central Andes

In the heart of Peru's Central Andes lies the Bicentenario-Ayacucho Biosphere Reserve, surrounded by a breathtaking collage of mountains and valleys. This protected wilderness sanctuary is of tremendous ecological and cultural importance, enriched with historical, religious, and social values. It has been designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve due to its unparalleled environmental and cultural significance.
Bosques de Paz Transboundary Biosphere Reserve (Ecuador, Peru) The Editor Thu, 11/22/2018 - 15:34
The Bosques de Paz Transboundary Biosphere Reserve was formed by joining two existing biosphere reserves in Ecuador and Peru. The reserve includes seasonally dry forests that form the heart of the Endemic Region of Tumbes, one of the world's biodiversity hotspots.