Amazon Animal Cams
We are a group of dedicated conservationists who have been working with wildlife, local indigenous communities and protected areas for over 30 years in the Peruvian Amazon. We conduct research on Amazon animals, including primates, dolphins, tapir, cats, peccaries, deer, caimans, macaws, waterfowl, sloths, anteaters, frogs, understory birds, fish, bats, manatees, butterflies, rodents, among others. In this fanpage we show you some of the wonderful videos that we capture during our fieldwork, which we conduct every month of the year in the Pacaya Samiria National Reserve, a 2,000,000 hectare rainforest at the confluence of the Maranon and Ucayali Rivers. We work very closely with the local indigenous people and feel very strongly about the tremendous benefits of community-based conservation that are helping to save the Amazon and its enormous diversity of animals. Our team of passionate conservationists also run two museums in the Amazon city of Iquitos; the Indigenous Cultures Museum and the Historic Steamboat Museum. We have over 500 students and volunteers helping us with the conservation and research endeavours each year and we work in collaboration with the Peruvian Protected Areas Service. Our slogan is: Together We Will Help Save the Amazon!
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