The Peruvian Amazon: Land of Abundance

WWF April 1, 2018 0

The Peruvian Amazon is home to many biologically diverse ecosystems, including an array of freshwater fish, butterflies, birds, mammals and reptiles. Its extensive tree coverage—nearly 260,000 square miles—makes it one of the world’s largest store houses of carbon. WWF is supporting SERNANP, the Peruvian Parks Service, to ensure the long-term financial sustainability and management of 38 national parks in the Peruvian Amazon through the initiative:  National Parks: Peru’s Natural Legacy.

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WWF is proud to be the featured charity of Visit Peru’s Naturally Amazing Peru Sweepstakes. To help WWF protect Peru’s National Parks, donate through the link below. Your donations will help Peru manage 41 million acres of the Amazon, covering 87% of Peru’s protected area network!

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