Gloudina Greenacre

I work by the Colonia 24 de Mayo area in the buffer zone of the Llanganates National Park, on the edge of the tropical Andes in the Amazon region of Ecuador. This area is situated within the first Ecological Corridor created in Ecuador, joining the Sangay and the Llanganates National Parks and the provinces of Morona Santiago, Tungurahua and Pastaza. This is one of the most biodiverse places on earth, but yet, a little known area. Fundación Fauna de la Amazonía works here with the aim to create a new Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation and Release Centre for mistreated animals and plants.

I am a Founding member and Coordinator of Fundación Fauna de la Amazonía - a non-profit organisation that aims to conserve the wildlife of Ecuador.

As part of the work of the new Centre, researchers will provide a programme of information and educational sessions in local schools and universities and will continue work on our exploratory research programme investigating the prevalence of amphibians, reptiles, mammals, plants, birds, insects, other animals, fungi, and plants, and investigating the fossil evidence in the local area of past life forms.

I work by the Colonia 24 de Mayo area in the buffer zone of the Llanganates National Park, on the edge of the tropical Andes in the Amazon region of Ecuador. This area is situated within the first Ecological Corridor created in Ecuador, joining the Sangay and the Llanganates National Parks and the provinces of Morona Santiago, Tungurahua and Pastaza. This is one of the most biodiverse places on earth, but yet, a little known area. Fundación Fauna de la Amazonía works here with the aim to create a new Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation and Release Centre for mistreated animals and plants.

I am a Founding member and Coordinator of Fundación Fauna de la Amazonía - a non-profit organisation that aims to conserve the wildlife of Ecuador.

As part of the work of the new Centre, researchers will provide a programme of information and educational sessions in local schools and universities and will continue work on our exploratory research programme investigating the prevalence of amphibians, reptiles, mammals, plants, birds, insects, other animals, fungi, and plants, and investigating the fossil evidence in the local area of past life forms.


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