Maps of the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo
The Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve was originally designated by the Peruvian government in 1991 to protect the range of the rare red uakari monkey, an orangutan-looking monkey with a bright red face. Amazonia Expeditions played a major role in the development of the reserve (Learn More Here). Subsequent scientific research has found one of the world’s richest variety of plants, amphibians, reptiles and birds. View a map of the Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Reserve here
AMAZON RESEARCH CENTER PERU
The Amazon Research Center (ARC) Peru was launched in 2007, as a long-term conservation initiative.
The facilities of the ARC offer a unique opportunity for scientists, students and interested travelers to participate in scientific investigations in the Amazon rainforest. Much of the ongoing fieldwork research is conservation related, part of an effort to understand and preserve the most mega-diverse region yet documented in all the lowland Amazon forest. Click Here to Learn More
BIODIVERSITY IN THE TAMSHIYACU-TAHUAYO REGION
Biologists refer to this region as the “green paradise” of the Amazon forest. Within this region there exist exceptional national parks and reserves that contain the best wildlife viewing experiences to be found in the Amazon.
The Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo reserve has a greater diversity of species of monkeys than that recorded in any protected park or reserve in the world. The variety (at least 15 species) is a focus of many guests.
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With over 600 species, the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Conservation Reserve has a higher count of bird species of any site in lowland Amazon forest. It is an outstanding experience for birders and nature lovers.
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Blue and Yellow Macaws