This video from Mexico says about itself:
Roberto Pedraza, Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda
World Land Trust (WLT) partner organisations give an insight into the conservation work they carry out to protect some of the most threatened habitats and wildlife on Earth.
From Wildlife Extra:
Chilean cloud forest reserve extended
A reserve in Sierra Gorda in Chile has been extended by 103 acres thanks to funding from the Buy an Acre fund of World Land Trust (WLT).
I think there is a mistake in the Wildlife Extra text here. The cloud forest reserve is in Mexico, not in Chile.
The purchased area of cloud forest lies on the southern border of the Cerro Prieto-Cerro la Luz, a reserve which is owned and managed by WLT’s conservation partner in Mexico, Grupo Ecológico Sierra Gorda (GESG).
The extension will help protect a wide range of species including big cats such as pumas and jaguars, as well as amphibians such as tree frogs.
The purchase also means previous plans to build a road across the property cannot now go ahead, which helps protect the area from loggers.
Roberto Pedraza, GESG’s Technical Officer, explains: “With this new purchase we can completely block that road and without that road the loggers can’t take the timber out from our area.”
Prior to the purchase timber was being extracted and loggers were making roof shingles out of old growth cedars. That activity has now stopped thanks to the presence of GESG rangers.
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