Amazon Conservation Association

1012 14th Street NW · Suite 625
Washington DC 20005

e: info@amazonconservation.org
w: www.amazonconservation.org
p: (202) 234-2356

The Amazon Conservation Association

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that is active in Peru and Bolivia. Our directors and staff are experienced ecologists and conservationists. We work to protect biodiversity by studying ecosystems and developing innovative conservation tools to protect land in the region while supporting the livelihoods of local communities.

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Living in “sympatry” with sympathy: a story of tamarins at Los Amigos!

By | June 29th, 2018|Birds & Wildlife, Conservation, Los Amigos Birding Lodge, Photography, Research|

Their long and sometimes prehensile tails, and their capability to climb and jump among tree branches are a few of the key features of Neotropical primates. These highly arboreal organisms are perhaps one of the most charismatic groups in a tropical forest. Los Amigos harbors eleven primate species, from the largest and highly vulnerable spider monkey (Ateles chamek) to the smallest and very rare Goeldi’s tamarin (Callimico goeldii). Among the [...]

Upcoming birding festivals – will we see you there?

By | August 16th, 2017|Birds & Wildlife, Communications/PR, Conservation, Events, Lodging, Photography|

There are many incredible birding festivals taking place in the US every year, and we love meeting new faces every time we attend one! This year, in addition to the Space Coast Birding Festival that we attended in early January, we’ll be sharing the experience of birding with us in the Peruvian Amazon at two upcoming events. If you’ll be in town, make sure to attend and say hello! American Birding Expo – [...]