Video: Why are savannas important?


Explore the beauty of the Barba Azul Nature Reserve and the importance of this Beni savanna habitat in northern Bolivia   Tropical savannas cover a third of the world’s land surface but are the least protected habitat. But why are savannas important? The Beni savanna in northern Bolivia is the…

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Running the length of South America for wildlife


Discover what drove a British couple to wake up in the morning and run for 25 miles – every day, for over a year…   Katharine and David Lowrie were not our average ecotourists, coming to Bolivia to experience the country’s breathtaking wildlands and wildlife. Instead, they were on a…

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Children plant trees for endangered Red-fronted Macaw


Schoolchildren in Bolivia plant 300 native trees for the Red-fronted Macaw to improve the natural habitat for a species that is struggling to survive   The Red-fronted Macaw is an Endangered species from a small region in the Andean valleys of south-central Bolivia. It lives nowhere else on Earth. Children…

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