Wildlife Corridors, Pontal
Brazil, Pontal do Paranapanema, western São Paulo State started 2014 Active Restoration, Research
No other large tropical forest has suffered as much loss as Brazil’s Atlantic Forest. We’re working with IPÊ to restore the forest and bring back wildlife, as well as helping communities make a living from restoring and protecting the forest. By reconnecting the Morro do Diabo State Park to the surrounding forest fragments, we’re creating more space and migration routes so that endangered species such as black lion tamarins, jaguars, tapirs and macaws will thrive again.