The Yellow-naped Amazon parrot is disappearing in the wild due to deforestation and illegal poaching for the pet trade. The Cyanoptera Macaw (a subspecies of Scarlet Macaw) is almost extinct in its native habitat of Nicaragua. That's why we're supporting Paso Pacífico .
About Paso Pacífico
Paso Pacífico is the perfect example of community-based wildlife conservation, focusing on the Pacific slope of Mesoamerica.
By working with local communities, landowners, and partner organizations, they restore and protect habitats that form the building blocks for wildlife corridors.
Protecting Yellow-naped Amazons, Cyanoptera Macaws, Black-handed Spider Monkeys, and sea turtles, is just the beginning. Visit Paso Pacifico.org to learn about all their innovative conservation work and many success stories.
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