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We welcome you to come and visit any time. Up at TRC all visitors receive a talk about the macaw research. During the breeding season guests can often accompany researchers to see them climb to the nest and work with the macaw chicks.
The lodge is half owned by the community, with Rainforest Expeditions in charge of logistics and marketing. The lodge has won many prizes as an example of conservation work with communities and is very popular with tourists, being one of the busiest lodges in the area.
The lodge has a lot to offer in terms of the interesting relationship with the community: There are several outstanding wildlife attractions including the largest clay lick on the lower Tambopata River, lakes with endangered Giant Otters, a canopy tower and an abundant primate population.
For more information, click on the logo of Posada Amazonas. Located an hour and a half upriver from Posada Amazonas on private property, it adjoins the Tambopata National Reserve. The lodge has a working agreement with the surrounding community of Condenado and visits are regularly conducted to an interesting local farm, known as a chacra.
Attractions include 2 lakes, a mammal clay lick frequented by White-lipped Peccary, tower, extensive trail system, the El Gato River navigable by white-water canoeand the not so accessible Gato clay lick.
The researcher area is currently being rennovated and will reopen in mid For more information, click on the logo of Refugio Amazonas. This world famous lodge is in the middle of a 1. As a result the animals are quite accoustomed to human presence.
Parrot and monkey denisties are high and the site is adjacent to the large and well studied clay lick known as "Colpa Colorado.Tambopata Research Center, Posada Amazonas, and Refugio Amazonas are lodges operated by Rainforest Expeditions.
We welcome you to come and visit any time. At TRC and Posada Amazonas there are usually research teams in the lodges year-round. 12) Tambopata Biodiversity Reserve Project - Peru Image: Tambopata Biodiversity Reserve Project - Peru Recognized internationally as an area of incredible biodiversity, the Tambopata National Reserve and Bahuaja Sonene National Park in the Peruvian Amazon is home to some of the world's most beautiful and endangered wildlife.
Crazy Kelvin-Helmholtz Clouds that look like waves. Saw these at sunrise over the Tambopata River in the Peruvian Amazon. These clouds are extremely short-lived, and break in the. At the Tambopata Research Center, you will also stay one night at the Refugio Amazonas, which is located in the buffer zone of Tambopata National Reserve.
While at Refugio Amazonas, you can enjoy a range of add-on experiences such as kayaking, jungle mountain biking, canopy climbing, and standup paddleboarding. The Tambopata-Candamo Reserved Zone of Southeastern Perú: A Biological Assessment RAP Working Papers Six 3.
Birds of the Tambopata Reserve. Home > Althelia Climate Fund > Tambopata-Bahuaja REDD+ and Agroforestry Project The Althelia Climate Fund has participated in a EUR million investment programme in Madre de Dios, Peru, to finance the long-term conservation of .