THE COLLADO RESERVE

Currently 80 acres of permanently protected habitat in Southern Nicaragua, the Collado Reserve has a wide range of biodiversity and is home to endangered and threatened species. Our developing habitat protection and reforestation plan strives to encompass 800 acres of absolute reserve land as well as wildlife migration corridor support.

 A juvenile Geofrey's Spider Monkey, an endangered species, plays in front of a patrol team on the Collado Reserve.

A juvenile Geofrey's Spider Monkey, an endangered species, plays in front of a patrol team on the Collado Reserve.

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 Catalina and an elder resident of the reserve.

Catalina and an elder resident of the reserve.

 You can help us protect more habitat!

You can help us protect more habitat!