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Tesoro Escondido Reserve
Working together with conserving the Ecuadorian Chocó through research, environmental education and local community involvement
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On The EDGE Conservation Nov 17
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Nov 14
Ayuda difundiendo!!
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Oct 28
Have a read! 😃🌿
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 18
It is estimated that tens of millions of hectares of rainforest and other wild environments are being destroyed every year. This increases the interface between the wild and the cultivated species causing new virus to spread.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 16
Check this interesting video about Greening frogs, a species that has spines on its head and can inject its toxins in form of poison to its predators.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 14
Beautiful buffs with designs of species we protect! Visit our online store for more information: With your purchase, you help our conservation activities!
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 13
Replying to @MAEEsmeraldas
Dieron seguimiento? A qué exactamente? Este huerto fue una iniciativa de la Reserva Tesoro Escondido que ha trabajado en esa comunidad en huertos agroecológicos y educación ambiental por casi tres años, yendo semana a semana.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 13
We have a brand new bridge that crosses the Gualpí river! We want to thank everyone who helped to build this bridge and especially Patricio Paredes and Leo De La Cruz, who without their dedication, knowledge and effort this would not have been possible.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 11
Governments around the world must start to think ahead and increase funding for pandemic prevention. We know that most human infectious diseases have had an animal origin. But what are we doing to prevent them?
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 9
Tell us which animal of the Tesoro Escondido Reserve would you be in this pandemic?
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 7
In our package Exploring the forests of Chocó, we have designed a unique tour through the trails of the Reserve so that you can discover with us the wonders that this forest hides. For more information, you can visit our website:
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 6
Our team learning how to set-up camera traps and deciding where to locate them to obtain the most information for our project on big cats in the Ecuadorian Chocó.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 4
An interesting article that talks about Central American spider monkeys (Ateles geoffroyi) and collective intelligence. These primates belong to the same genus as the brown-headed spider monkeys (Ateles fusciceps fusciceps) found at Tesoro Reserve.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 3
Excellent video of an anteater (Tamandua mexicana) taken by Ariel Villigua, parabiologist of the Reserve. Tamandua is a word from the Yupitaa which is a native language of Brazil, which means an ant trap or an ant catcher.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 2
Our reforestation project seeks to increase the number of native plants and plant fruit trees to be used as part of the dietary intake of the community members. Find out what edible forests are at the following article:
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Sep 1
The Reserve offers internships to local schools. In 2019 we received students from Santa Ana de Cotacachi School; together with international students and volunteers, they carried out scientific projects focused on conservation. Learn more at:
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Aug 31
Visit us and explore a unique place in the world where you can experience the best adventure of your life! For more information you can visit our website:
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Aug 11
Join us! Our director Citlalli Morelos will be part of this event discussing things to leave behind and to take forward in the light of COVID_19.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Aug 2
Ariel and Pato Reserve parabiologists are taking a break before installing a camera trap. Laughter and good humor is always present in the team while working.
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Tesoro Escondido Reserve Jul 31
We feel honoured and happy because our documentary 'Women Make Science: Ecuador's Hidden Treasure' was chosen for the Official Selection at the Wildscreen Festival.
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