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Tambopata Macaw Project
Exploring Amazonian wildlife is a must on a trip to Peru. The Peruvian government founded the Tambopata National Reserve in 1990, creating a safe-haven for some of the Amazon’s most colorful residents. The Tambopata National Reserve occupies an otherwise untouched tract of the southern Amazon basin, in the Peruvian region of Madre de Dios. This reserve offers a safe, environmentally friendly way to experience the Amazon.