Project
Argentina, Iberá started 2009 Active Conservation, Natural Forest Management, Restoration, Tourism
Summary
The Great Iberá Park protects large areas of grasslands where many species of endangered birds live, like the Strange-tailed tyrant and the Black and White Monjita. It also protects important populations of other threatened species, like the pampas deer, the marsh deer, the maned wolf, the crowned Eagle and a high diversity of Paraná fish.