March 1, 2014 | We purchased an additional 1,000 acres for the Monte Mojino Reserve in Alamos, Mexico, which now totals 14,500 acres and conserves some of America’s northernmost tropical deciduous forests. We have been purchasing land here since 2003 to protect this vanishing ecosystem, which … [Read more...] about Five Cat Species Found in Monte Mojino Reserve
September 1, 2013 | We have achieved a major advance in our work with communities and the government to establish the first Pacific Tropical Marine Reserve Area in northern Peru. This proposed area will help to protect the wildlife and biodiversity of the East Pacific Tropical Ocean, an … [Read more...] about NCI Proposes Marine Protected Areas in Peru
May 9, 2012 | Late last year, we recovered this photograph of what may have been the last jaguar in Peru's Amotapes mountain range. The photograph was provided by the son of the farmer pictured here, and was taken in 1965. For centuries, jaguars were killed on sight in the region, and this beautiful … [Read more...] about Photo of Last Jaguar in Amotapes Dry Forest?
April 15, 2012 | The mammals of Ecuador's Podocarpus National Park are notoriously hard to record or observe in the field, and as a result, it can be very difficult to understand their habitat range. Scientists at the Institute of Ecology of the Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja (UTPL), placed … [Read more...] about Ocelot photos a first in Podocarpus National Park
January 25, 2012 | Two renowned organizations with exceptional track records have partnered to conserve millions of acres of tropical forest and wildlife habitat.Nature and Culture International is joining forces with San Diego Zoo Global to make a lasting difference for species, communities and … [Read more...] about San Diego Zoo and NCI join forces to save precious habitat