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Paraguay

Staging site

*THIS IS THE STAGING SITE*

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Paraguay is the meeting point for many different eco-regions which, together, create a rich and unique variety of wildlife habitats. WLT is funding the protection of habitat in three distinct regions: the Dry Chaco, the Chaco-Pantanal wetlands and the Atlantic forest.

Partner in Paraguay:


Guyra Paraguay

Guyra Paraguay


Map of project areas in Paraguay

Projects in Paraguay

Tumbesian-Andean forests are found between the Pacific Ocean and the western slopes of the Andes. Most of this region is seasonal dry forest, where many trees shed their leaves during the dry season. There are also patches shrubland, dominated by drought tolerant plants, many of which are endemic. Despite this harsh environment, dry forests remain threatened by agricultural expansion.

Islas del Paraiso

Fortin Galpon

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