Conservation Concession Tres Quebradas, San Martin

Tres Quebradas is a Conservation Concession that is managed by the local association ‘Association for the Protection and Conservation Area Tres Quebradas’ from the village of Bagazan. It protects 4,176 ha. of habitat for the Critically Endangered San Martin titi monkey (Callicebus oenanthe).  It protects primary rain forest in one of the most deforested areas of Peru. This new area borders another Conservation Concession we are working towards with the village of Ricardo Palma. Together, the two areas protect approximately 6,000 ha of habitat.

San Martin suffers from the highest deforestation rates in Peru with nearly 85% of the region completely deforested. The main threats to wildlife and forests in this area are clearcutting for pasture and logging concessions. The local people from the villages of Ricardo Palma and Bagazan are committed to conservation, not only through the registration of these reserves but also through their decision to cultivate organic cacao.

Created in December 2012 by the regional resolution 537-2012/GRSM/ARA/DEARN.

If you want to visit Bagazan and the Tres Quebradas reserve click here for more information. 

Tres Quebradas 


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