Blog: Punta San Juan (Peru)

Welcome to Punta San Juan Conservation and Education Program

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Protecting and conserving Punta San Juan’s coast line, birds, reptiles, and mammals can’t be done alone.  Biologists, conservationists, and educators are working tirelessly to protect our native habitat and make it more accessible to local residents and tourists alike.  Protecting the habitat and species has become an international effort combining some of the world’s finest zoos, universities, conservation organizations and you.

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Updating the local community, conservation organizations, and researchers around the world about the Punta San Juan Conservation Program is integral to our success.  In order to reach as many people as possible, this blog will serve as an update about programing and conservation efforts happening within the reserve and around the area.  Additionally, we hope this blog becomes a form of outreach for local and international conservationists to engage in conversations that further conservation efforts here in Punta San Juan and around the world. 

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Currently, we plan to update our blog once a month, but we will be regularly answering any questions or concerns readers may have and adding additional information about special projects or programs happening here or at any of our partner organizations locations.  We look forward to sharing this journey with you, our biggest supporters.   

Posted: 1/30/2017 12:53:28 PM by Steve Pine | with 0 comments


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