From Reserves to Regional Programs

In this incredibly biodiverse country, Fundación de Conservación Jocotoco protects over 10% of all bird species in the world thanks to its network of reserves spanning over 38,000 hectares. The organization safeguards a total of 4,244 species. Historically, Fundación de Conservación Jocotoco has established 16 reserves that have saved species and ecosystems from extinction. Its conservation model embodies a perpetual commitment to nature and local communities. With a clear vision, local engagement, long-term strategy, and focused leadership, Fundación de Conservación Jocotoco sets itself apart.

25 Years of Conservation

In 1998, Fundación de Conservación Jocotoco, an Ecuadorian non-governmental organization (NGO) was created to protect areas of critical importance for the conservation of threatened species in Ecuador. Their  mission is to support the conservation of Ecuador’s biodiversity, focusing on threatened species and ecosystems backed by scientific evidence and establishing partnerships with local stakeholders.

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