The Rainforest Trust has been working for over three decades to protect critical Rainforests and tropical habitats to prevent deforestation al over the world, including the Amazonian Rainforest.
The Dracula Reserve Expansion Project in Ecuador is just ONE of their projects where they protect and conserve the area. This particular Reserve is home to both the (Near Threatened) Western Mountain Coati & (Endangered) Eastern Mountain Coati.
When you specify the “Dracula Reserve” -100% of your donations to them will go directly to this project. This means that even a small donation can have a large impact to our wild Coatis
For example; Just $20 (AU) will protect 10 acres!
Bioparque La Reserva Foundation works tirelessly to protect our (Near Threatened) Western Mountain Coati and educate thousands of guests on their importance to our ecosystem. Your donation here will contribute to the expanding knowledge to scientifically preserve and conserve the world’s Western Mountain Coati population through their protected reserve in Columbia!
Donations are vital to power this project for studies, species education, and conservation and preservation of the Mountain Coati and the entire mountain ecosystems around the country.
Each donation will be divided into thirds.
Dracula Youth Reserve EMERGENCY EXPANSION
A Youth-led Call to Save 1,050 Acres of Cloud Forrest from Mining in Ecuador
Reservaylt is the world’s FIRST entirely youth funded nature reserve with a mission to expand & protect the Dracula Reserve by the Rainforest Trust.
The Emergency Expansion of the Dracula Reserve in Ecuador is just ONE of their projects where they protect and conserve the area. This particular Reserve is home to both the (Near Threatened) Western Mountain Coati & (Endangered) Eastern Mountain Coati. See our Article on Reservaylt in our NEWS section to find out more about what this youth group has already achieved; including their rare sighting of a Western Mountain Coati!
Early June 2023 Reservaylt had raised $99,586 of their $104,109 goal. Will you help them save our Coati’s & their home?!
Create and spread awareness, through word of mouth & the power of social media. #worldcoatiday
Watch out for individuals & their bands travelling on the roads when driving.
Avoid purchasing/ supporting Coatis on the pet trade & report any Coati trafficking to authorities.
Avoid consuming / purchasing Coati bi-products.
Report injured wildlife to local rescue organisations.
Avoid feeding wild Coati’s & educate others that in doing so the Coatis will develop an unhealthy human dependence.