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Registered Name: Amazon Rainforest Conservancy

Business No: 833497084RR0001


It’s estimated that only 15,000 jaguars are currently roaming the planet – and the Amazon rainforest is their last refuge. But this is no safe haven. Their existence is under threat from habitat loss and conflicts with humans.

To help combat these threats, ARC is creating a corridor to protect jaguars living between the two mountain ranges of the Cordillera Escalera Regional Park. This corridor will provide a network of pathways to allow these magnificent creatures to travel safely across the valley. Currently, much of the valley has been cleared of its forest and turned into cattle ranches. As a result, jaguars passing through the valley are often shot on sight by the ranchers who fear for their livestock. 

Our jaguar corridor project  was launched in 2022 and so far we have purchased six parcels of land spanning 194 acres. And now, we have an exciting opportunity to expand it even more!  Four parcels of land that we have long had our eye on are now up for sale.  A total of 180 acres. Purchasing these lands would double the size of our jaguar corridor!


We aren’t the only ones who have eyes on this land. While we fundraise, other people are also looking at purchasing these land parcels. We need to act so that ARC can acquire these lands and expand our jaguar corridor. This expansion will increase the network of pathways to allow these magnificent creatures (and all wildlife) in this region to have safe passage across the valley.

Our passion and dedication is unwavering but we need your help. Join us in ensuring our children and grandchildren live in a world where jaguars still live free in the wild.

Your support can make a transformative impact. For example, a gift of $250 will allow ARC to purchase a 1/4 acre and secure it as a perpetual wilderness sanctuary. But any financial contribution, big or small, will  help us save jaguars.

Since launching this project our camera traps continue to capture  footage of healthy jaguars  traversing out our land – not to mention tapirs, coatis and other wildlife. We are making an impact!