Since 1996 we have catalyzed the conservation of nearly 14 million acres of threatened ecosystems in Latin America through the creation of 7.3 million acres of protected areas, and 6.4 million acres of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves.

We are indebted to the proactive vision and commitment of the governments and communities that have created these areas, and are proud that NCI has been their principal source of financing and technical support.

2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

2015

2015

Conservation Milestones

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2014

2014

Conservation Milestones

Jaguar

2013

2013

Conservation Milestones

spectacled bear

2012

2012

Conservation Milestones

5.5MillionAcres

2011

2011

Conservation Milestones

Orange butterfly

2010

2010

Conservation Milestones

NCI Successes - 4 Million Acres
  • Ampiyacu-Apayacu Regional Conservation Area | 1.08 million acres | Peru
  • La Cuenca del Rio Huamanpata Municipal Reserve | 57,725 acres | Peru
  • Chinchipe Municipal Reserve | 13,660 acres |  Ecuador
  • Tropical forest protected through Socio Bosque | 10,756 acres | Ecuador
  • NCI’s Cazaderos Reserve | 9,140 acres purchased | Ecuador
  • Espíndola Communal Reserve expanded | 8,900 acres | Ecuador
  • Saraguro Communal Reserve | 3,375 acres | Ecuador
  • Palanda Municipal Reserve | 1,588 acres | Ecuador
  • NCI’s Pisaca Reserve created | 963 acres purchased | Ecuador
  • NCI’s Jamboé Reserve expanded | 64 acres purchased | Ecuador