Tambopata National Reserve is a national reserve between the Peruvians regions of Madre de Dios and Puno. The lowland forests and tropical savannahs of this national park are some of the most biodiverse areas on the globe. Decades of surveys in this reserve have resulted in species lists of plants and wildlife that are higher than most other places in the world. All of them have been placed in extreme danger because many hectares of its buffer zones has been invaded by illegal mining which is already causing a huge damage to its fragile ecosystem.
The Peruvian government knows about this situation but is not doing enough to stop it. Please help us to tell Peruvian government to take action now, to protect the Tambopata National Reserve before it is too late.