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Photo credits, top to bottom: Fundación Jocotoco; Proyecto Selva de Pino Paraná; Amazon Conservation Assocication; Alliance for Tompotika Conservation; Pablo Hernández

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dig in and work in the field for the long term."
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Provision of infrastructure at the Jorupe Reserve, 2011

Fundación Jocotoco's Jorupe Reserve consists of 1374 hectares (13 km2) of high quality deciduous forest in the Tumbesian region of southwest Ecuador. It supports many endemic and rare species of plants and animals, including populations of twelve globally threatened birds, such as the Henna-hooded Foliage-gleaner. This project entailed building a new house (6 m x 8 m in size) for one of the reserve's forest guards to replace the existing, unsafe living quarters.
Fundación Jocotoco

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