Manu National Park in Peru is at the center of the forest corridor in southeastern Peru that ACA works every day to protect. It was also recently declared a "truly irreplaceable" park for harboring threatened species. Yet the park is devastatingly understaffed for an area twice the size of Yellowstone. With your support, we can add much-needed additional guards to patrol areas around Manu and stop illegal deforestation. Here's how you can help: http://bit.ly/1eSX5QB
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Protecting the area around Manu is at the center of the Amazon Conservation Association's mission, and your support today can pay for 12 months of much-needed additional protection of access points into Manu National Park via the Los Amigos Conservation Concession--preventing illegal loggers, poachers, and miners from gaining access to Manu from the east.
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