Protect Brazil's biodiverse Atlantic forests
We partnered with Rainforest Trust to save Brazil’s Serra Bonita Mountain Range, nestled within the country’s threatened Atlantic Forest, which is home to a wide range of unique species.
Safeguard Endemic Bird and Primate Species
Seventy endemic bird species reside within these mountains––like the Banded Cotinga, Buff-throated Purpletuft, Rufous-brown Solitaire and Bahia Tyrannulet–– making it an internationally recognized Important Bird Area (an area identified using an internationally agreed set of criteria as being globally important for the conservation of bird populations). Primate species like Buff-headed Capuchins, Golden-headed Lion Tamarins, Black-handed Titis and Wied’s Marmosets also rely on these slopes.
Every $1 you donate today to support biodiversity in Brazil will be matched with $1 through our SAVES Challenge. Your gift will have DOUBLE the impact!
(CR)=Critically Endangered, (EN)=Endangered
*(metric tonnes of CO2 equivalents)