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Pampa del Burro

    Pampa del Burro

    Private Conservation Area, Amazonas
    Size : 2,777 ha
    Since : 2013
    Resolution : Ministerial Resolution 208-2013-MINAM

    Members of the Yambrasbamba community voted in 2012 to conserve an area of the community known as the “Pampa del Burro”. The area, which covers 2,777 ha, includes two kinds of habitat; white sand forest and cloud forest. Both are very special habitats, home to many different species of endemic and threatened wildlife, including the yellow-tailed woolly monkey (Lagothrix flavicauda), Peruvian night monkey (Aotus miconax), white bellied spider monkey (Ateles belzebuth), and the long-whiskered owlet (Xenoglaux loweryi).

    The reserve was officially registered in June 2013 by Ministerial Resolution 208-2013-MINAM. Since then we continue to help the community which has demonstrated its dedication to conservation and conservation leadership by efficiently protecting this area as well as more of its lands, and developing tourism and restoration initiatives.

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