Mexico is host to
approximately 10% of all plant and animal species in the world.
Unfortunately, hundreds of species are added to the endangered species
lists because of man-made threats.
With close to 1.8 million
acres, the Calakmul Biosphere Reserve is the second largest protected
area in Mexico and among the few remaining areas in the Americas where
jaguars still roam. Unfortunately, the Calakmul Bioshere Reserve still
remains threatened by logging, illegal hunting, slash and burn
agriculture and development pressures. Our mission is to protect 350,000
acres of threatened jaguar habitat in the buffer zone of the Calakmul
Biosphere Reserve. People like YOU have now saved close to 200,000 acres
of rainforest. I WANT TO SAVE A PIECE OF