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Rewilding Chile

Org #89430
Vetted since 2021 Staff Favorite
2001
year founded
$35,602
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Promote Rewilding as an integral conservation strategy along the Route of Parks of Chilean Patagonia to counteract the climate and species extinction crisis, through the creation of terrestrial and marine protected areas, the restoration of ecosystems and the strengthening of the link between communities and nature.

Project Leaders
Rewilding Chile
Rewilding Chile
Pepa Castano
Pepa Castano
Team
Carolina Morgado, Cristian Saucedo, Ingrid Espinoza, Marcela Quiroz, Pia Moya, Marcela Quiroz
Organization Information
Klenner 299
Puerto Varas, Los Lagos 5550447
Chile
+56 65 225 0079
Organization Information
Klenner 299
Puerto Varas, Los Lagos 5550447
Chile
+56 65 225 0079

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Rhea Revival: A Patagonian Story

By Rewilding Chile | Rewilding Chile

In a remarkable event amidst the vast Patagonian steppe of the Aysén region, 23 juvenile rheas were recently released into the wild. This initiative forms part of a concerted effort to revive... Read the full report ›

Freed Andean Condors To Provide a Window into Wild Behavior in Pristine Areas

By Rewilding Chile | The Legacy of Tompkins Conservation

Patagonia is home to 75% of the Andean condors in Chile, a country where they are increasingly under threat from ingesting carrion contaminated with poison used to control predators of domestic... Read the full report ›

Meet Alas and Douglas, Patagonia National Park's superdads

By Maria Paz Castano | Development Associate

Alas and Douglas are two male breeders who, after successfully hatching and raising four broods at the Reproduction Center in Patagonia National Park, were relocated to enhance the genetic diversity... Read the full report ›
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